Vatican city and V Guide - Resources and Review

Listing of political resources relevant to Vatican City, with links to parties, organisations, government, media and results of recent elections, where available.
The founding of the Vatican Museums can be traced back to 1503 when the newly
elected Pope, Julius II, placed a statue of Apollo in the internal courtyard of the Belvedere Palace. Extensive detail of galleries and collections is provided including many images and commentaries.
A catalogue of all the languages and dialects spoken in Vatican City, with details of the numbers of speakers of each language.
Official information about the independent papal state. Information available in English, Italian, German, Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
Extensive index to European archaeological resources, organised by country.
A virtual exhibition of 200 of the Vatican Library's most precious manuscripts, books, and maps. There are nine sections
The Vatican Library, Archaeology, Humanism, Mathematics, Music, Medicine and Biology, Nature Described, A Wider World I: How the Orient Came to Rome, and A Wider World II: How Rome Went to China, each of which contains photographs and captions.
Basic reference information about Vatican City, such as area, capital, population, population density, geography, language, religion, time zone, history and government, plus business and social information, including details of accommodation, addresses, climate, regions, travel, visas, passports, money, health and public holidays.
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