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Small town situated on a hill on the border between the Marche and Romagna, is known for its historic Malatesta Fortress and its fortified village that is one of the best preserved medieval architecture in Italy.
he majestic castle, protected by two city walls, is one of the most visited monuments in the region and theater, every year, of museum events, musical and artistic. During the Middle Ages the fortress was one of the main theaters of clashes between militias loyal to the papacy and the turbulent families Marche and Romagna.

San Marino
It is a 30-minute drive from Rimini and territorially includes the upper valley of the river Ausa, the left side of the upper valley of the River Marano and almost the entire valley of the Rio San Marino, a tributary of the River Marecchia.
Since 2008, the historic center of the City of San Marino and Mount Titano have been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site. It is the oldest Republic in Europe and also the state that, in proportion to its population is home to the largest number of visitors.
Every year tourists from all over the world are attracted to the historic center with its countless shops, ancient squares, palaces, museums, churches and medieval houses of stone that retain the look of a time. On the summit of Monte Titano stand the three Fortresses (or fortification towers) linked together with walls and trenches, from where you can enjoy a splendid view.