Holly See

The Uninhabited Realm: Unveiling the Secrets of the Holy See

The Holy See is the only country in the world that has no residents.

Vatican City Post Office

Within the Vatican City, there is a post office that has an unusual privilege - it is the only post office in the world that does not bear any country's name on its postage stamps.

Vatican Observatory

The Vatican has its own observatory, known as the Vatican Observatory, where a team of Jesuit astronomers conducts cutting-edge research, exploring the cosmos and bridging the gap between science and faith.

Apostolic Archive

The Vatican's Apostolic Archive houses a vast collection of historical documents, including Pope Clement V's papal bull that disbanded the Knights Templar, making it one of the most mysterious and restricted archives in the world.

Holy See Coins

Did you know that the Holy See, the central governing body of the Catholic Church, mints its own coins, including some of the rarest and most sought-after collectible coins in the world?