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San Marino

Places and Works of Art

 

Le sue origini si richiamano alla leggenda del Santo Fondatore della Comunità  San Marinese e della Repubblica, quando il Santo Marino, nel 301 d.C si rifugiò  sul Monte Titano. Partendo dalla piazza centrale si possono visitare: il Palazzo  Pubblico di stile neogotico, ricostruito sulle fondamenta dell'originale "Parva  Domus Comunis" in stile romanico, dall'architetto Francesco Azzurri (1894) e il  relativo Cambio della Guardia Salendo si incontrano: la Rocca Guaita (prima  torre) fortilizio costruito nel secolo XI e restaurato in varie epoche  successive. Alcuni ambienti furono adibiti a carcere.

 

A sinistra dell'entrata vi  è la cappella della Rocca, dedicata a Santa Barbara; Rocca Cesta (seconda torre)  fortilizio risalente al XIII secolo. Si trova sul più alto picco del Monte  Titano. All'interno vi è il Museo delle Armi Antiche dal XIII al XIX secolo.  Rocca Montale (terza torre) torre di avvistamento che ebbe molta importanza  durante le lotte contro i Malatesta. Numerose le Chiese visitabili: Basilica di  San Marino, Chiesa dei Cappuccini, Chiesa e convento di San Francesco, Chiesetta  di San Pietro, Monastero delle Clarisse. A questo patrimonio storico artistico  si aggiungono i musei (in parte privati) che racchiudono anche curiose  collezioni: Museo di Stato, Museo delle armi moderne,museo delle Cere, Museo  delle Curiosità, MARANELLO Rosso collezione, Museo della Tortura, Reptilarium-  Acquarium.

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    01-08-2018 .
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    01-07-2015 .
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    01-09-2014 .
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