There are many buildings in Vatican City so you need to narrow things down a bit.
There are many, many buildings in the Vatican and each one had an architect or architects who designed the individual buildings.
Two famous buildings in Vatican City are:St. Peter's BasilicaThe Sistine Chapel (located in the Apostolic Palace)
The Vatican consist of many, many buildings and each had its designer or architect.
The roman catholic religion is the main religion of the vatican city so catholocism
The Vatican has no agriculture and produces no crops.
There is no river in Vatican City but the Tiber River is quite close.
Vatican city is located in the center of Rome. It is surrounded by city streets, buildings. The "state" of the Vatican was created in 1929.Clarification:While the Tiber River does not border the Vatican, it is just a short distance from the City - a short walk.
The answer would depend upon which building you refer to. There are many buildings in the Vatican and each had a different architect.
The Vatican has no industry or agriculture so has no major exports.
The main industry is production of coins
St. Peter's Cathedral, especially the Sistine Chapel and the Cupola, is the main landmark in Vatican City.
Since the Vatican has no industry or agriculture, everything must be imported.
The Vatican has no industry or agriculture. They do sell some religious items and souvenirs but few, if any, are produced in the Vatican.
The Sistine Chapel is in part of the Vatican buildings within the Vatican State. The Vatican State is an independent country (the smallest in the world) totally enclosed by the city of Rome, Italy.
Rome is a city. How can there be a city within a city? There is the Vatican in Rome which is an independent state called Vatican City. But that is only a church, a museum, a big garden and a small number of buildings and only about 1,000 people. That is hardly a city.
It is a complex of buildings in the Vatican City in Rome, which includes the papal residence and the Sistine Chapel.
Vatican City consists of one city which is the capitol - Vatican City.Vatican City has no capital. It is It's own capitalVatican City. Vatican City is a very small country, an independent state. Several geographical atlases and almanacs do not list a capital for it, although some list Vatican City as the capital of Vatican City.
Saint Peter's Basilica.
There is little room for housing in the Vatican. Most of the area is taken up by existing buildings and the Papal Gardens. People cannot simply decide to move to Vatican City. They must be employed there and request housing when it is available.
I believe Vatican City is still Vatican City.
Vatican City is the capital of Vatican City the country.
They main portion of the storyline occurs in Vatican City.
The Vatican is the smallest country in the world and has no agriculture or industry. It produces no tangible items.
Perhaps the most well known buildings in the Vatican are St. Peter's Basilica and the Apostolic Palace which houses the Sistine Chapel.