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The oldest embassy to the Holy See celebrates its 400th anniversary

Rome Reports-June 8, 2022-Reading time: < 1 minutes
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The Spanish Embassy to the Holy See turns 400 years old and celebrates in style. Spain was the first country with a permanent representation to the Holy See.

Its headquarters, once owned by the Count of Ocaña, has been located in Piazza di Spagna since 1622 and has been decorated for the occasion, in addition to an extensive program of cultural activities for this fourth centenary.

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