Basilica di San Marino Panorama, San Marino
The Basilica di San Marino (Marino translates from Latin to "man of the sea") is a Catholic church located in the Republic of San Marino. While the country has a distinct domination of historic religious buildings of Christian faith, the basilica is the main church of the City of San Marino. It is situated on Piazza Domus Plebis in the northeastern edge of the city, adjacent to the Church of St. Peter. It is dedicated to Saint Marinus, the founder and patron of the Republic.
The present church was built in 1836 in place of an earlier one that dated to 7th century. It is built in the Neoclassical style, with a porch of eight Corinthian columns. Relics of St. Marino are enshrined in the basilica.Read more...
Panoramas of the 200 most prominent San Marino Points of Interest
- Baseball Stadium of Serravalle
- Basilica di San Marino
- Chiesa di San Francesco (San Marino)
- Chiesa di San Pietro
- Cinema Teatro Turismo
- Museo delle Cere
- Sammarinese Museum of Ancient Arms
- Santuario della Beata Vergine della Consolazione
- Stadio Fonte dell'Ovo
- Stadio Olimpico
- Teatro Nuovo
- The Three Towers of San Marino