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Side Aisle at Saint John the Divine

Side Aisle at Saint John the Divine

This church marks the end of the Papal Way, the holy route of the pope through Rome. The nave of this church is kinked slightly near the altar. It was done purposefully by the Renaissance masons in recognition of mankind's imperfection. But I think if they had to go out of their way to create imperfection, it defeats the purpose in a pretty clear way, am I right?

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