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Vatican city BY WOODY AND CARLO Wax candles were made by the Vatican people which help give light to people with no electricity which they made in the year 320. The Vatican City has homed 266 popes over the years Places that have more than 50% Catholic like Rome or Spain get an ambassador from the vatican The pope is the head of the government of the Vatican. The Vatican city had its independence in 1929. vatican city is a holy place even thought its small it is considered one of the mos holiest place in the world
Every one in the Vatican city can read and write The Vatican museums To be a Swiss guard one must be: at least 1,74m (5'8.5'') in height, Male, Catholic, between the ages of 19 and 30, have completed basic training in the Swiss military, and of course, be Swiss. size Inventions replaceing popes Summary
Vatican city is the smallest country in the world. It is inside Rome. The Pope and his officials meet in the Vatican where he leads all Roman
Catholics. Vatican has no military This is Vatican compared to Rome bibliography http://www.buzzle.com/articles/vatican-city-facts.html

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