The Vatican City became an independent city-state (country) in February 11, 1929 after gaining independence from Italy. Between 1861 and 1929, the Vatican City refused to recognize the Italian King’s reign over the city, and the question of whether the Pope was in charge or the King was referred to as the Roman Question. This was eventually resolved upon independence, and the Roman Catholic Church leads the city-state.
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