The Vatican City

 
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  The Vatican City is a small enclave within the boundaries of the city of Rome. With a population of about 800 and 110 acres of land, the Vatican City is the smallest internationally recognized country in terms of size and population. It is most famously known for being the home of the Pope, who is the head of both the Catholic Church and the Government of the country. The country is so small that the famous vatican museum spans the entire country.  
 

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