Vatican Council II (1962 - 1965) was held in Vatican City located in Rome, Italy.
The council was held mostly at the Vatican but some meetings were held at other venues in and around Rome.
In Vatican City, thus the name Vatican Council II.
There were exactly no doctrines defined at the Second Vatican Council. The Second Vatican Council was the first purely pastoral council ever held in the Church.
The First Vatican Council was convoked by Pope Pius IX on 29 June 1868 and was formally closed in 1960 prior to Vatican II
Vatican Council I was the first Ecumenical Council to be held at the Vatican in Vatican City which is an independent country.
There have been 21 Ecumenical Councils in the Church, not counting the Council of Jerusalem listed in the book of Hebrews. All are named after the city or place where they were held, thus the last two, Vatican Council I, and Vatican Council II are the last two Ecumenical Councils and both were held at the Vatican.
It was held in Vatican City from 1962-1965.
Vatican II was held in four sessions in the autumn of the years 1962-1965.
This council is generally called the Second Vatican Council or simply Vatican II. It is a council that was held for Roman Catholics, but it is not accepted or recognized by the Eastern Orthodox Church.
The First Vatican Council was held in Rome, Italy in the Basilica of St. John Lateran.