The Vatican - Latin America
Holy See Latin America
— Religious Dependency of United Republics
Timeline: Night of the Living Alternate History

OTL equivalent: 5sq km in La Plata, Argentina
Flag of the Vatican City Coat of arms of the Vatican City
Flag Seal
(and largest city)
The Vatican at La Plata
Other cities Vatican at Cagliari, Vatican at Rome
  others Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian
Religion Catholicism
Population 340 (1995 Census) 
Established 1975
Admission 1975 (Religious Dependency)
Currency Peso
Time zone UTC -3
Abbreviations HSLA

In 1975 the Pope set up a residence in La Plata in order to protect the Catholic Church from zombies that had threatened and destroyed the Vatican City in Rome. Thus the Vatican set up two residences, one in Cagliari and one in La Plata. After the pope was killed in 1978, the new pope, being St. Xavier from Argentina, set up more of a permanent residence in La Plata. Later upon the creation of the Republic of Italy, a new Vatican was built in Rome. The Pope now visits all three sites, but spends over half the year, including Christmas in La Plata.

Easter is traditionally spent in Cagliari or Rome. The Vatican aims to help all Catholics obtain a higher spirituality and directly assist Catholic nations in removing zombies from their nations.