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Fw: You can tour the Vatican

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  • Nick Lonergan
    Though you might enjoy this.   Nick Lonergan Past Grand Knight, Council 12072 985-727-3600  Hope you can find time to view all of this...........        
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      Though you might enjoy this.
       

      Nick Lonergan

      Past Grand Knight, Council 12072

      985-727-3600


       
      Hope you can find time to view all of this...........


       

       

       

       

      Whether you are Catholic or not, I think you will enjoy this. You can tour the Vatican on your computer.
      You can spend as much or as little time as you want on it, keep it permanently if you wish, and explore it at leisure.  Don't forget to turn up the volume and remember the close-up tool is your friend. (lower left corner) Also use your curser to click and drag, and you can move to the ceiling or 360 degrees or take any perspective you wish to take. You can zero  in on the smallest feature of a painting.

       

       


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    • William Sims
      Nick,     Thank you for the amazing pictures and technology to show us the remarkable Papal Archbasilica in Rome!   This property is not actually within the
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 2, 2010
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        Nick,
         
         
        Thank you for the amazing pictures and technology to show us the remarkable Papal Archbasilica in Rome!
         
        This property is not actually within the Vatican walls, but of course is under direct control and management of the Vatican.  Like the Vatican, it is awe-inspiring....
         
        Sincerely,
         
        Bill Sims


        From: Nick Lonergan <nlonergan@...>
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        Sent: Tue, March 2, 2010 10:01:29 AM
        Subject: [kofc_Council_12072] Fw: You can tour the Vatican

         
        Though you might enjoy this.
         

        Nick Lonergan

        Past Grand Knight, Council 12072

        985-727-3600


         
        Hope you can find time to view all of this...........


         

         

         

         

        Whether you are Catholic or not, I think you will enjoy this. You can tour the Vatican on your computer.
        You can spend as much or as little time as you want on it, keep it permanently if you wish, and explore it at leisure.  Don't forget to turn up the volume and remember the close-up tool is your friend. (lower left corner) Also use your curser to click and drag, and you can move to the ceiling or 360 degrees or take any perspective you wish to take. You can zero  in on the smallest feature of a painting.

         

         


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