- Coat of Arms:
- Coat of Arms: The Vatican coat of arms is a
red shield containing two keys (blazoned gules) of silver and gold
interlaced by the triple crown.
The keys represent the keys of heaven, while the triple crown represents the Pope's mission as "supreme priest, pastor and teacher."
- Flag of Vatican
|Total Area||0km2 (#194)|
|Government Type||Ecclesiastical Elective Monarchy; Self-described As An "absolute Monarchy"|
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