Welcome to Vaticano, the show that takes you behind the scenes of the Vatican and brings you the latest news and events from the Holy See. In this week's episode, we're excited to give you an exclusive look at the Vatican Museums.
Join us as we explore the world's most precious collection of art and learn about the most interesting job in the world - the role of the key keepers who are responsible for opening and closing the museum's doors every day.
We'll take you on a journey through the halls and galleries, including the pearl of the Vatican, the Sistine Chapel, and introduce you to Gianni Crea, the senior key keeper who coordinates the work of the other key keepers and ensures that each door has a lock and its own key.
Through interviews and behind-the-scenes footage, we'll give you an inside look at the daily duties of the key keepers, who open some 300 doors and walk about three and a half kilometers each time at opening and closing time.
We'll also review the top news and events of the Vatican Museums over the past year, giving you an overview of what's been happening at this remarkable institution.