Where is San Marino located?

What countries border San Marino?

San Marino Facts and Culture

What is San Marino famous for?

  • Food and Recipes: Fagioli con le cotiche a bean soup with bacon rind is a holiday dish eaten at Christmas time. Other favorites... More
  • Family: Family is important and families are very close knit. Older family members live with their younger relatives. The family size... More
  • Fashion: Western style of clothing is worn. More
  • Recreation: The national sport is Archery. Bocce (lawn bowling), water sports and soccer are also favorite pastimes. More
  • Cultural Attributes: Respect toward the elderly is an important tradition.Sammarinese are open and friendly. More

San Marino Facts

What is the capital of San Marino?

Capital San Marino (city)
Government Type parliamentary republic
Currency Euro (EUR)
Total Area 24 Square Miles
61 Square Kilometers
Location Southern Europe, an enclave in central Italy
Language Italian
GDP - real growth rate 1%
GDP - per capita (PPP) $62,100.00 (USD)

San Marino Demographics

What is the population of San Marino?

Ethnic Groups Sammarinese, Italian
Nationality Adjective Sammarinese
Nationality Noun Sammarinese (singular and plural)
Population 34,232
Population Growth Rate 0.93%
Predominant Language Italian
Urban Population 94.1%

San Marino Government

What type of government does San Marino have?

  • Executive Branch: chief of state: co-chiefs of state Captain Regent Luca BOSCHI and Captain Regent Mariella MULARONI (for the period 1 October... More
  • Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal More
  • Citizenship: citizenship by birth: no citizenship by descent only: at least one parent must be a citizen of San Marino dual citizenship recognized:... More
  • National Holiday: Founding of the Republic, 3 September (A.D. 301) More
  • Constitution: history: consists of several legislative instruments, chief among them the Statutes (Leges Statuti) of 1600 and the Declaration of Citizen... More
  • Independence: 3 September 301 (traditional founding date) More

San Marino Geography

What environmental issues does San Marino have?

San Marino Economy

How big is the San Marino economy?

San Marino News & Current Events

What current events are happening in San Marino?
Source: Google News

Interesting San Marino Facts

What unique things can you discover about San Marino?

  • Those born in San Marino remain citizens and can vote no matter where they live.

San Marino Travel Information

What makes San Marino a unique country to travel to?

Country Description

San Marino is a developed, constitutional democratic republic, also independent of Italy, with a modern economy. Tourist facilities are widely available.


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Medical Facilities and Health Information

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