Ватикаан

Бикипиэдьийэ диэн сиртэн ылыллыбыт
(Мантан: Ватикан көстө)
Ватикаан куорат илэ'
'Stato della Città del Vaticano [1]
Flag of Vatican City Coat of arms of Vatican City
Өрөгөй ырыата"Inno e Marcia Pontificale"  (италлыы)
"Pontifical Anthem and March"

Location of Vatican City
Киин куората Vatican City[2]
Ил тыла None[3]
Italian (de facto)[4]
Дьаhалтата Ecclesiastical[5]
(effectively, elective absolute monarchy)
 -  Римскай Папа Бенедикт XVI
 -  President of the Government Джованни Лайоло
Independence from the Kingdom of Italy 
 -  Lateran Treaty 11 February 1929 
Иэнэ
 -  Бүтүн 0,44 km² (234th)
0,17 sq mi 
Олохтоохторо
 -  2008 estimate 824 (220th)
 -  Олохтоох чиҥэ 1780/km² (6th)
4610/sq mi
Валюта Euro (€)[6] (EUR)
Кэм зоната CET (UTC+1)
 -  Сайыҥҥы кэм CEST (UTC+2)
Ил домен .va
Телефон кода [[++379[7]]]

Ватикаан, официаллык Ватикаан куорат илэ (итал. Stato della Città del Vaticano) диэн Ром куорат иhигэр киирэр, суверенитеттаах куорат-дойду. Иэнэ 44 хектар уонна олохтоохторун ахсаана 800 к. кэриэтэ. Ватикаан Ром католик Таҥара дьиэтин киинэ. Дойду баhылыга Папа.

  1. Treaty between the Holy See and Italy, article 26.
  2. Vatican City is a city-state
  3. No official language is established by law for the state, but, in accordance with paragraph 2 of the Legge sulle fonti del diritto of 7 June 1929, laws and regulations are published in the Italian-language Supplemento per le leggi e disposizioni dello Stato della Città del Vaticano attached to the Acta Apostolicae Sedis. The text of the first seven items published in that supplement is given here. Other languages are used by institutions situated within the state, such as the Holy See, the Pontifical Swiss Guard, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, etc. See also Languages of Vatican City.
  4. Numerous languages are used by institutions situated within the state. The Holy See uses Latin as an official language and French as a diplomatic language; in addition, its Secretariat of State uses English, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish. The Swiss Guard, in which commands on parade are given in German, also uses French and Italian in all its official ceremonies. The newspaper L'Osservatore Romano uses English, French, German, Italian, Malayalam, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish. Vatican Radio uses Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Byelorussian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Esperanto, English, French, German, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Kiswahili, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malayalam, Philippine, Polish, Portuguese, Rumanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Tamil, Tigrigna, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.
  5. CIA: The World Factbook
  6. Before 2002, the Vatican lira (on par with the Italian lira) was the currency.
  7. ITU-T assigned code 379 to Vatican City. However, Vatican City is included in the Italian telephone numbering plan and uses the Italian country code 39, followed by 06 (for Rome) and 698.