Vatican City By:gena schuler

They speak Italian, Latin, German, French

This says Vatican Museums

The most popular religion is called Roman Catholic. The person that you are looking at is pope Francis. He runs above all catholic churches and he is the 266th and current pope.
This is what you would call ricotta cake. It is made with ricotta, (which is a flowery sort of thing) sugar, eggs, vanilla, and confectioners sugar. (very unhealthy but good)
They play football which we call soccer.

This is the Gregorian chant, music that the Roman Catholic church to accompany the text of the mas and the canonical hours.

This is called the Vatican dance it is when people celebrate and dress up for fun

As a sign of respect most visitors wear long-sleeve shirts and a pair of long pants. For those visiting the Vatican who come unprepared, as a way to skip around the dress code of the Vatican you can purchase plastic cloaks that you can wrap around yourself to cover your knees and shoulders.
These are guards and they have to wear this every day.
These are houses in Vatican City. They are very small and cramped up.

Giuseppe Bertello is a Catholic prelate and Cardinal currently serving as the President of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State and President of the Governorate of Vatican City State.

This situation was resolved on 11 February 1929, when the Lateran Treaty between the Holy See and the Kingdom of Italy was signed by Prime Minister and Head of Government Benito Mussolini on behalf of King Victor Emmanuel III and by Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Gasparri for Pope Pius XI.

Vatican City pursued a policy of neutrality during World War II, under the leadership of Pope Pius XII. Although the city of Rome was occupied by Germany from 1943 and the Allies from 1944, Vatican City itself was not occupied. The Vatican organised extensive humanitarian aid throughout the duration of the conflict.

Vatican City in World War II -Vatican City pursued a policy of neutrality during World War II, under the leadership of Pope Pius XII. Although the city of Rome was occupied by Germany from 1943 and the Allies from 1944, Vatican City itself was not occupied. The Vatican organised extensive humanitarian aid throughout the duration of the conflict.

Vatican City in World War II - Vatican city pursued a policy of neutrality during world war ll, and the leadership of Po Pius xll(8th), although the city of Rome was occupied by Germany from 1943 and the allies from 1944, Vatican City itself was not occupied. The Vatican organised extensive humanitarian aid throughout the duration of the conflict.
This is Pope Francis he is the head of all Catholic churches.
This is John Isaac Thornycraft. He was a famous architect,
The Vatican is only 110 acres so much of our Catholic population could not emigrate there. Also you can only become a citizen when you are there in a working capacity and your citizenship is revoked when you finish your time of employment. Many citizens though who work there live in Rome or get sent abroad on assignments. Also while working there you can extend the citizenship to your spouse at the same time though that citizenship is void should your marriage be annulled.
The Vatican City is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and its government, the Holy See. The Head of State is the Pope, now Pope Francis, former cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, was elected on 13 March 2013. It is also important for its culture and art.
This is Vatican City. It is in Europe

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