The Sistine Chapel was one of the religious landmarks in European country of Vatican City.

During the 2012 apocalypse, massive earthquakes struck the country and the city, which caused several of its buildings including the Sistine Chapel to collapse, killing several people. The Sistine Chapel was then later swept by a megatsunami at the height of 1500 meters in the Worldwide Flooding.

After the apocalypse ended, the Sistine Chapel is submerged underwater and is rendered uninhabitable.

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