Angelo Carconi/Associated Press Pope Francis is driven through the crowd in his popemobile in St. Peter's Square for his inauguration Mass at the Vatican, Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Borgo, the sleepy, medieval neighborhood with a timeless feel right outside the Vatican's borders, has been at the service of pontiffs for centuries. From resoling to risotto, from light bulbs to linguine, Borgo is the go-to place for up-and-coming cardinals and sometimes even for popes.
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