Need to refresh your Vatican batteries?

When you simply have to know about the weather in the Vatican City State.

And when you need a view of St. Peter’s Square.

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10 Responses to Need to refresh your Vatican batteries?

  1. I’ve loved that St. Peter’s webcam for years now. The sound is what does it for me. The distinctive bells of St. Peter’s Basilica chiming every 15 minutes, the fountains, and even the occasional sound of tourists and Roman traffic. Gotta love it!

  2. Dr. Eric says:

    I had to do a double-take. I thought that the picture was of a guitar effect stomp box! :-D

  3. john says:

    I just tried them out:

    Weather: “Fuori servizio dalle 01:55:14.”

    View of St. Peter’s: “Servizio attualmente non disponible.”

    Yep, it makes me feel like I’m right back in Italy!

  4. john: LOL! Right on schedule.

  5. Marcin says:

    Tutto apposto!

  6. Thomas T. says:

    Does anyone know how someone living in the US can access CENTRO TELEVISIVO VATICANO (Vatican Television) directly through satellite? I have read that they carry many liturgies including Vespers that are not significant enough to be carried on other networks like EWTN.

  7. irishgirl says:

    My browser’s not big enough to see this-i have a laptop.

    I thought that the weather report would be sung in Gregorian chant! Now that would have been funny!

  8. Ohio Annie says:

    Thomas T., this might be what you need:

    http://www.pccs.it/tj/christmas/2008/2009-01-01_sat_info.pdf

  9. Thomas T. says:

    Ohio Annie, this looks like the information I was looking for, but it seems that the information in the document may be more suited for a content provider or satellite company. I will investigate.

  10. Rob in Maine says:

    On my iPhone there is a basic weather app. The second location I set up, after my own, was Vatican City.