The Cathedral of San Marino is the largest Catholic church in the Republic of San Marino. There is a small square in front of the church, which has now become a parking lot. Entering the cathedral, through the inscriptions on the lintel wall at the top of the porch, you know that the construction of this church is related to the country's founder Marino. The interior of the church pursues the ultimate simplicity and simplicity, white and solemn.
The Cathedral of San Marino is located not far from the entrance of San Marino. It is a neo-classical building completed in 1838. The exterior walls are made of pure white marble. Compared with other ancient buildings in the city, both the style and the building materials are different, and they are obviously relatively new. The facade of the church is elegant and the square in front is full of flowers.
According to legend, in 301 AD, a mason named Marino came to the area of Mount Titano to quarry stones. Many people went to him to live in the mountains and later established their homes here. In memory of Marino, the founder of San Marino, the Cathedral of San Marino was built in 1361, and the remains of Saint Marino were placed inside. The church is located near Bellucci Street in San Marino, the capital of San Marino. There is a museum and a painting gallery in the church, and there is a currency and stamp museum behind the church, displaying currencies issued after the mid-19th century.