Renaissance art lovers in Mexico won't need to travel to Vatican City to see the glories of the Sistine Chapel.
A private art project has created a temporary replica of the chapel in Mexico's art deco Monument to the Revolution.
People were lined up on Thursday to see the replica, which is open free to the public through June 30.
"I got the idea two years ago with my brother, inside the Sistine Chapel," said Gabriel Berumen, creative director and producer of the replica. "When we walked inside and saw its beauty we said 'Can we replicate this . . .