The smallest country in the world, Vatican City, is also one of the most unique and mysterious. For one, it’s the residence of the Pope, the leader of the Roman catholic Church. But its quirks go beyond playing host to the Holy Father: It has a very small population that averages five deaths and one birth per year; it has only one pet, a dog; it is packed with priceless art and stunning architecture; the entire country is a UNESCO World Heritage site; and its nickname is “The Holy See”. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
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