Here is the question :
WHICH ROMAN SITE HAS A SECRET PASSAGEWAY TO THE VATICAN?
Here is the option for the question :
- Trevi Fountain
- The Pantheon
- Castel Sant’Angelo
- Roman Colosseum
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC001067] On the exterior, the Passetto di Borgo in Rome resembles a number of the historic fortress walls that surround the city; yet, it conceals a hidden passageway at the very top. The corridor was constructed in the Middle Ages as a papal escape route. It extends from the gate of the Vatican all the way to the Castel Sant’Angelo, which was utilized by popes as both a fortification and a castle. The passageway is 875 yards long. (In our time, it functions as a museum.) During an attack on Rome in 1527, Pope Clement VII made advantage of the Passetto di Borgo in order to escape the hordes of attackers that were pursuing him. After being sealed off to the general public for centuries, the passageway underwent restoration in the year 2000 and is now open to tourists for a short period of time during the summer.