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San Marino
San Marino0San Marino is a tiny, landlocked republic surrounded by Italy. It is the third smallest state in Europe, following Vatican City and Monaco. This microstate, with a population of approximately 35,436, is distinguished by its rich history and beautiful scenery. San Marino’s official language is Italian, and its population mainly consists of native Sammarinese citizens, with smaller numbers of Italians.

Founded in 301 C.E. by Saint Marinus, San Marino claims to be the world’s oldest republic. It has preserved its independence throughout the centuries, even as surrounding regions experienced great upheavals. In the 19th century, San Marino offered asylum to Giuseppe Garibaldi and other revolutionaries advocating for Italian unification, which helped secure its continued autonomy.

San Marino4San Marino has many stunning sights, such as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Mount Titano, crowned with three medieval fortresses. The country’s capital, also named San Marino, features winding streets and ancient architecture that attract tourists from across the globe.

Tourism is vital to San Marino’s economy, complemented by the ceramics, electronics, and banking industries. While San Marino is not a member of the European Union, it does use the euro, making it a convenient destination for European travelers.

Hannah Kim
For The Junior Times
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인쇄기능입니다.
1. What information about San Marino is given in paragraph 1?
2. What is said about San Marino's independence? How did it continue to secure autonomy?
3. What are the stunning sights of San Marino?
4. What is said about San Marino's economy and currency?
 
1. Would you visit San Marino? Explain.
2. How does a country achieve independence? Why is it necessary?
3. What are some stunning sights you have seen while traveling?
4. How is the economy and currency of your country?
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