The Pope’s Throne in the apse of the Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran.
My last stop on my five weeks in Italy. The Archbasilica of St. John Lateran is the Cathedral of Rome, the seat of the Pope as the Bishop of Rome. The basilica, on the site of the oldest church in Rome, was rebuilt or redesigned a number of times. Sections of the apse mosaic date to the 4th-6th centuries. The mosaic stonework on the walls and floor is medieval.
Dome, Santa Maria del Vigne, Genoa, Italy.
Architectural elements and dome from baroque Basilica S. Andrea della Valle in Rome