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Mueums of Vatican, stairs called "of Bramante".

Attributed to Donato Bramante, their actually the work of Giuseppe Momo who drawn them in 1932.

They're a double helix stairs : 2 stairs which never cross, one to go upstairs, one to go downstairs. Then nobody can meet someone who go in the opposite direction.
But nowadays they're used only to go downstairs, to allow the visitors to get out from the museums.

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