After settling in Rome in 1534, Michelangelo was elected as a rich and cultured Roman noble Pope Paul III. In 1545, including the Trance Council, he expressed his surprise to the voters with a strong effort to reform the church, which brought conservative and reforming parties together. He started renovating some important sites in Rome and started upgrading of papal Properties.
In a project involving Michael Angelo, a public square was rebuilt on Capitoline Hill, at a time of Campidoglio, the Republican Roman fort. The buildings that covered the irregular place were in disrepute, and Pope saw his renewal as a symbol of both his spiritual and secular power. Scholars still discuss the role of Michael Angelo in the Capitoline project, although some have joined Roman civilization in connection with their alleged involvement in the work of 1537. Preserved accounts only mention by artist on two occasions.
In 1539, his advice was made to reorganize the base for the ancient Roman statue of Marcus Aurelius. In 1563 "payment to master Michelangelo Buonarroti orders" was paid in the building of Campidoglio. "Michelangelo's Best Urban Renewal Plan has always documented a comprehensive plan for the most beautiful urban-renewal plans, with a description of Michelangelo's plan and a sample known for the new Campidoglio. Piazza del Campidoglio Today, in the few years after the death of Michael Angelo, similarities between the pregnancy registered in this print Though, the square and the buildings did not end until the seventeenth century, and by the twentieth century, Michelangelo's exquisite star design was not established in the footage.