St. Peter's Basilica was a Late Renaissance church located within Vatican City, Italy.

During a mass prayer at St. Peter's, an earthquake caused by the Earth Crust Displacement of the 2012 apocalypse, St. Peter's Basilica toppled forward and collapsed. As it collapsed, the Pope and two cardinals on the balcony were killed, and when the dome of the building rolled, it killed thousands of people, including the Italian Prime Minister. The remains of the Basilica and Italy were then swept by a megatsunami during the Worldwide Flooding, submerging it underwater.

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