By Adrian Buda
West of Tevere, engulfed in Rome’s protection lies the smallest country in Europe and the greatest ecclesiastic symbol of the world. This beating heart of Christianity attracts over three million people every year from pilgrims to locals to tourists exploring the great works of art within. A great paradox since such masterpieces are not without hardship, sweat, and frustration, but are paramount to the Vatican’s spiritual peace.
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