行者晓畅A fortress built on a cliff in the 15th century. There is a mini weapons museum inside the tower. You can see another fortress and the panoramic view of Mount Titano when you climb the top of the fortress. The last section is a vertical iron ladder, which requires hands and feet to climb. Go up. The fortress is a landmark building printed on postcards and stamps.
行者晓畅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.
行者晓畅The Public Palace (National Government Building) is San Marino, and the most famous landmark on Mount Titano, built in the late 19th century. It is the heart of the country. Major ceremonies and national events of the Republic of San Marino are held here. If you are unlucky, it is likely to be closed down by government activities.
行者晓畅San Marino and Mount Titano, where its main land is located, are all included in the historical and cultural heritage of the United Nations. Go out of the main entrance of Rimini Railway Station and cross the road and turn right. Walk for 5 minutes and you will see the stop of the San Marino bus. Get on the bus and buy a ticket. One way is €5 and the journey time is about 1 hour. You can get a Chinese map at the service center, and there is a charge for visa stamping.
San Marino Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
San Marino officially the Republic of San Marino (Italian: Repubblica di San Marino; Romagnol: Ripóbblica d' San Marein), also known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino (Italian: Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino), is a microstate in Southern Europe completely enclosed by Italy.
Located on the northeastern side of the Apennine Mountains, San Marino covers a land area of just over 61 km2 (24 sq mi), and has a population of 33,562. Its capital is the City of San Marino and its largest settlement is Dogana. The capital is set at the highest point of the country on a steep mountain. San Marino's official language is Italian, although Romagnol is the historical language and still in existence in a non-official capacity.
From the gates of San Marino, take the elevator to the second floor, and on the way to the city, you can meet the unique San Marino Cathedral. Although the size of the church is small, the appearance of the masonry structure is quite simple, but the interior is warm and romantic, with a lot of wonderful highlights.
San Marino Cathedral has a very long history. As early as the fourteenth world, it has already begun to be established. Until 500 years later, the entire church has been completely completed. Such a long time is also a legendary history. The exterior of the building is made of white marble and looks very pure. The interior of the
church is not very large, nor is it very gorgeous. It has many wonderful scenery and is particularly sacred. The biggest attraction here is the founder of San Marino, the remains of San Marino, who has devoted his life to this land and is deeply respected by future generations.
The simple decoration inside is extraordinarily simple compared to other cathedrals. However, it is this unpretentious temperament, but it is very moving. There are many scriptures in the interior, and in front of a stone wall resembling a cave, the Madonna stands proudly. Above the wall threshold, some fine carvings are used to highlight people's religious devotion. Before the main hall of the
hall, there are two rows of seats neatly arranged. Every time the day is dispersed, people will come from all over and pray for it. On weekdays, it is extraordinarily quiet, with almost no outsiders disturbing. Standing alone in this sacred cathedral, it seems that you can feel the most authentic and pure power from religion.