City of God

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The term City of God may refer to the unity between the Holy Roman Empire and the Roman Catholic Church in the Middle Ages. The term may also refer to:


Art, entertainment, and media[edit]



  • City of the Gods, a 1987 adventure module for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game


See also[edit]

  • New Jerusalem, a concept in the Abrahamic religions and Zionism
  • Rome, since the diocese of the city is known as the Holy see and the Pope is the bishop of Rome
    • Vatican City, a sovereign state and an enclave within Rome
  • Theopolis or Antioch, an ancient city in what is now Turkey called "the cradle of Christianity"