In this beautiful microstate can be found numerous old structures that are located in a beautiful natural setting. By far the most impressive is the ensemble of the medieval City of San Marino with its mountaintop forts, narrow streets, and medieval buildings, with a multitude of views on the surrounding landscape far below.
Map with the described wonders
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Top 7 wonders of San Marino
San Marino City
Well preserved and picturesque historical town on the top of Mount Titano. This town has developed since the 13th century. The fortified town still has many old fortifications – towers, walls, gates. The town has numerous old buildings, the historical network of streets and squares has been preserved.
One of the Three Towers of San Marino, the oldest one. This spectacular tower originally was built in the 11th century but in its current form – in the 15th century.
Cesta (De La Fratta)
One of the Three Towers of San Marino, is located on the highest peak in San Marino. Constructed in the 13th century over the remains of a Roman fort. Museum of weapons inside.
Egyptian obelisk in the center of St. Peter’s Square. This 25.31 m tall obelisk was made in 1835 BC and was brought to Rome in 37 BC, during the times of Emperor Caligula. Witness of the martyrdom of St.Peter.
The main church in the republic, built in a Neo-Classical style in 1836.
One of the Three Towers of San Marino, built in the 14th century, was used as a prison.
This historical town hall was built in Neo-Gothic style in 1884 – 1894. The building has an ornate interior.
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