[post_page_title]There’s a secret passageway from the Vatican to Castel Sant’Angelo[/post_page_title]
There is a half mile in long passageway named the Passetto di Borgo, that goes from the Vatican to the old fort of Castel Sant’Angelo. The passageway is an elevated one, rather than underground, and was constructed in the year 1277. The passageway was used by popes to escape danger. The most known escape was done by Pope Clement VII in 1527 during the sack of Rome. He used the passageway to get out of the Vatican and into the fort where he would be safe. That was the assault on Rome that was done by the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V who murdered members of the Church as well as the Swiss Guard en route to kill the pontiff.
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