One of the oldest and smallest republics in the world-the Republic of San Marino is located in Rimini. It is surrounded by the city of Rimini and is a veritable country called China. San Marino and Mount Titano, where its main land is located, are included in the United Nations historical and cultural heritage. 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. If you want to take the cable car up the mountain, you can get off at the penultimate stop and walk in to the cable car ride point, or get off at the terminal station and take the elevator from the parking lot to the city gate. You can get a Chinese map at the service center, and there is a charge for visa stamping.
The San Marino Gate is a lift to the second floor and the unique Cathedral is accessible on the way to the city. Although the size of the church is small, the exterior of the masonry structure is also very quaint, the interior is warm and romantic, with a lot of wonderful sights. The Cathedral of San Marino has a very long history. It was built in the 14th world, and it was completed 500 years later, and it was a legendary history. The exterior of the building was made of white marble, and it was pure. The interior of the church, though not very large and not very ornate, has many wonderful scenery, which is especially sacred. The biggest attraction here is the setting up of San Marino's founder, the remains of San Marino, who has devoted his life to the land and is respected by his descendants. The simplicity of the interior is more modest than the other cathedrals, yet it is the simplicity of the air that is most moving. There are many scriptures inside, and the image of the Virgin mother stands in front of a rock-like wall. On the walls, the door-knots are also carved in detail to highlight people's religious devotion. The main hall of the temple is tidyly set up with two rows of seats, and on the eve of the diffuse day, people come from all over the place to pray for it. On a daily basis, it was quiet and almost undisturbed by outsiders, and standing alone in the holy cathedral seemed to feel the most authentic and purest power from religion.