Tautvydas Lydeka

Tautvydas Lydeka is a Lithuanian professional basketball player for Dzūkija Alytus of the Lithuanian Basketball League. Lydeka started his professional career, in LKKA Rusteda Kaunas 2003, he signed with Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, where he played 2 seasons. In 2007–08 season he started in Hanzevast Capitals Groningen, but in October he moved to Olympias Patras, he played there until second half of the season. In 2008 he moved to Italy where he play in Scavolini Pesaro. In 2012–13 season he played in Krasnye Krylia Samara. After 8 years aboard he debuted in LKL where he played in Lietuvos rytas Vilnius. In 2014 -- 15 season he started in Lietkabelis Panevežys. In 2015-16 season he sign with San Lorenzo de Almagro Buenos Aires, becoming the first Lithuanian player in Argentina, but in December both parties agree to terminate contract, he signed with Consultinvest Pesaro where he played until end of the season. In 19 June 2016, he signed with Dinamo Sassari. In February 2018, Lydeka returned to Italy, after his half-season with Limoges, he signed with New Basket Brindisi.

On August 31, 2019, he has signed 2-month contract with VL Pesaro of the Lega Basket Serie A

Papal apartments

The Papal apartments is the non-official designation for the collection of apartments, which are private and religious, that wrap around a courtyard on two sides of the third floor of the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City. Since the 17th century the Papal Apartments have been the official residence of the Pope in his religious capacity. Prior to 1870, the Pope's official residence in his temporal capacity was the Quirinal Palace, now the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic; the Papal Apartments are referred to in Italian by several terms, including appartamento nobile and appartamento pontificio. The apartments include about ten large rooms including a vestibule, a small studio office for the papal secretary, the pope's private study, the pope's bedroom in the corner of the building, a medical suite, a dining room, a small living room, the kitchen. There is a roof garden and staff quarters for the nuns who run the Prefecture of the Pontifical Household, it is from the window of his small study that the pope greets and blesses pilgrims to Saint Peter's Square on Sundays.

The private library has been described as a "vast room with two windows overlooking Saint Peter's Square." The pope's private chapel occupies the top storey on the east side of the Cortile di Sisto V. The pope lives at the Papal Apartments except for the months of July to September, when the Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo is the official summer residence. Three of the last five popes, John XXIII, John Paul I, John Paul II, died in the Papal Apartments. However, Pope Francis, after his election, declined to stay in the Papal Apartments in favor of his two-room residence in the Domus Sanctae Marthae, he stayed in an apartment instead of the Bishop's Palace during his tenure as Archbishop of Buenos Aires. The Papal Apartments are customarily renovated according to each new pope's preferences. Prior to the renovation in 2005, following the death of Pope John Paul II and the election of Pope Benedict XVI, the Papal Apartments had been in disrepair, with "outmoded furnishings and lack of lighting" and large drums placed in the false ceiling to catch water leaks.

The 2005 renovation, carried out over three months while Benedict was in summer residence at Castel Gandolfo, included the building of a new library to accommodate Benedict's 20,000 books, upgrading the electrical wiring and plumbing. The heating system was repaired and the kitchen was refurbished with new ovens and other appliances donated by a German company; the floors, which are 16th-century marble slabs and inlay, were restored. The medical studio was renovated and expanded to include dental facilities, the papal bedroom was redone. Wallpaper and other furnishings were put in throughout; the project was carried out by over 200 architects and workers. Benedict moved personal possessions to the Papal Apartments, including an upright piano. On October 21, 2016, the Vatican announced that Castel Gandolfo would now open to the general public as part of a museum; the palace was the final part of the Papal Apartments to open to the public over a two-year period. Index of Vatican City-related articles