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San Marino


The State of San Marino is located in the central northern Italy, on the border between two regions: Emilia Romagna and Marche. It is the most ancient Republic of all Europe: it was born in 301 A.D., but it was officially recognized in 1291. It is also one of the smallest and least populous states of all Europe. What characterizes this place is, primarily, the mount Titano, but also the old town of the city is really particular: both of these have been recognized by UNESCO as world heritages. You can enter the city by the Porta di San Francesco (Door of San Francesco) and its old town is full of shops, ancient squares, palaces, museums, churches and many medieval style stone houses. We suggest you to visit the Piazza della Libertà (Square of Libertà), inside which there is the Public Palace, which is in the neogothic style and dating back to 1800. On the top of the mount Titano there are three Fortresses which can be accessed through walls and walkways. From here you can enjoy the enchanting view: one part is on the Adriatic Sea and the other one is on the hills of Montefeltro.


Lo Stato di San Marino si trova nel centro-nord d’Italia, al confine tra due regioni: l’Emilia-Romagna e le Marche. È la Repubblica più antica d’Europa: nacque nel 301 d.C., ma venne ufficialmente riconosciuta come tale nell’anno 1291. È anche uno degli stati più piccoli e meno popolosi di tutta Europa. Ciò che caratterizza questo luogo è, in primis, il monte Titano, ma anche il centro storico della città è molto particolare: entrambi sono stati riconosciuti patrimoni dell’umanità dall’UNESCO. Vi si accede tramite la Porta di San Francesco ed il suo centro storico è pieno di negozi, antiche piazze, palazzi, musei, chiese e tante case di pietra di stile medioevale. Vi consigliamo di visitare la Piazza della Libertà, al cui interno si trova il Palazzo Pubblico, in stile neogotico neogotico e risalente al 1800. Sulla cima del monte Titano ci sono tre Rocche alle quali si può accedere e ci si può spostare tramite muraglie e camminamenti. Da qui si può godere di un’incantevole vista da cui da una parte si vede il Mar Adriatico, mentre dall’altra le colline del Montefeltro.

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