name of country.(chosen: Vatican City- to those who read yes I know its not a country but I was assigned it anyways) Capital. Flag ( picture of description) famous sites. Population. Culture 3 sentences. Size. Religions. Food. Per capital income system of government leaders names name of money and current exchange rate to us dollar
Education. History 2 sentences and gnp/gdp
Vatican City (Not really Country)
Capital: Vatican City (technically)
Famous Site: St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel
Population: Just over 800
-Vatican City is home to some of the most famous works of art in the world from artists such as Michelangelo and Bernini.
-The Vatican are said to be the de facto custodian of the Latin language from its Latinitas Foundation.
-The Catholic Churches must be highly respected and listened to in Vatican City.
Size: about 110 Acres
Food: Most meals have at least a pasta course with other foods
-Per capital income system of government: N/A (couldnt find guessing it is same as Rome though)
Leader's Name: Pope Benedict XVI
Name of Money: Euros
current exchange rate to us dollar: $0.69
Education: Vatican City is too small to host extensive educational facilities, but the Holy See operates 64 academic institutions close by (in Rome), which are often considered part of the Vatican.
The original lands that the Vatican City occupies today was also the site of Roman Emperor Nero's Circus.The obelisk in the center of the Vatican square (the only remnant of the original Circus) was originally part of Heliopolis (an ancient Egyptian city which stood in the vicinity of present day Cairo) but taken by Roman Emperor Caligula and erected close to where it stands today.
GNP/GDP: estimated at US$21 million for 1999
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