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  Basilica di San Marino
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The Basilica of San Marino is the main church of the state and was built in 1836 in neoclassical style. It stands on the place of a former romanesque church.from the 12th century. An adjacent bell tower, dating from the 7th century, still survives today. The main altar of this basilica contains the remains of the state?s patron saint, St. Marinus. Don?t miss to visit the neighbouring church of St. Peter, if you would like to found out some more about the saint.

Address: Piazzale Domus Plebis
Directions: Just a few steps away to the north from Piazza della Libertá, close to the funicular station.

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  • Written Jan 14, 2007
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