Sistine Chapel, Vatican City

The Sistine Chapel, originally called Chapel of Sixtus, is one of the halls of the papal palace of the Vatican. Currently, she is part of the Vatican Museums. It is in the Sistine Chapel, traditionally since the fifteenth century, the cardinals gathered in conclave to elect the new pope (conclaves are also being held in the Cappella Parva and the Quirinal Palace) and mandatory since the apostolic constitution Universi Dominici Gregis enacted by John Paul II in 1996.
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