Vatican City, officially named the State of the Vatican City, is contained within city walls within Italy's capital city of Rome. The sovereign city-state comprises 110 acres of land and has a population of less than 825. It was brought into existence in 1929 with the signing of the Lateran Treaty. Latin and Italian are the official languages, and the Pope is the head of state.
Holy See Press Office
Offers daily news and documentation from the official office of Vatican City, and primarily the Pope.
Vatican City State
The official institutional portal for the Vatican delineates the history and culture of the state as well as details about its coinage, film library, and government.
One of the oldest astronomical research institutions in the world, the Vatican Observatory provides details about the facility including a photo gallery, news feeds, and press involving the observatory.
Displays the broadcasts from the Vatican, offering them in more than 40 different languages, details about the programs, and podcasts.
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