Question: Latitude and Longitude of Vatican City
What is the Latitude and Longitude on Vatican City?
Latitude of Vatican City is:41.9 and Longitude of Vatican City is: 12.45
Swamped by picturesque gardens and stunning vineyards, the holy country of Vatican City was established by the Lateran Treaty in 1929 after it gained independence from Italy. It is a sovereign city-state and is surrounded by a walled enclave in the city of Rome. Vatican City is an ecclesiastical that is ruled by the Pope, also known as the Bishop of Rome.
Vatican City is located at the geographical coordinates of 41.9 North and 12.45 East. It is the smallest country in the world with an area of just 0.44 square kilometres. Though it has a small population of just over 800 inhabitants, the density of this population is higher in terms of the measure of the country. Italian is the official language of the country.
Vatican city is a landlocked country. It is also declared as a first carbon neutral state. The exotic Vatican Gardens cover more than half of the country's land. Tourism, sales of stamps and coins and printing industry drive the economy of Vatican City. St. Peter's Basilica, perhaps the most famous art in the world, has its root in the Vatican City. There are also museums of high historical and cultural importance scattered all over the city.
A prime destination of many tourists, Vatican City has often been associated with awe and mystery.
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