By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Whether they rode in litters carried by men in livery, in ornate horse-drawn carriages, or later in cars, popes have always travelled in style. Papal vehicles from 1825 to the present day are now on display at a new, updated exhibition at the Vatican Museums that spans nearly two centuries of papal travel. The most extravagant on display is the Berlina di Gran Gala, built in 1826 for Pope Leo ...
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