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San Marino wheelchair accessible tours is an independent republic enclosed within Italy.

Through diplomacy, luck and possibly a lack of strategic importance, San Marino alone of Italy's city-states managed to hang onto its independence through the centuries, even opting out when Italy was unified in the nineteenth century.

Only 61 square meters in size, the little Republic of San Marino is independent, with its own government and laws even though it is completely surrounded by Italy. The world's oldest sovereign state, it dates from the fourth century AD.

San Marino wheelchair accessible tours atop the center of this hilly area's highest point, Mount Titano.

Medieval stone walls enclose the original settlement, built entirely of stone and closed to traffic.

A single street leading up to Piazza della Libertà is lined with cafés, restaurants, and shops selling ceramics and duty-free items, one of San Marino's attractions to visiting Italian tourists.

San Marino wheelchair accessible tours the capital city has several churches and palaces worth visiting, but perhaps the most iconic images of San Marino are its three towers.

Built in the XI, XIII, and XIV centuries, these towers sit atop the three peaks of Mount Titano overlooking the city.

The three fortresses at the top of the mountain give San Marino its best known image and are linked by a path that runs along the entire ridge of the mountain.

Three fortresses, Guaita, Cesta and Montale, crown the long ridge of Mount Titano, each with a tower from which there are splendid views of the Apennines, the coastal plain, Rimini, and the sea as far as the Dalmatian coast.

The Neo-gothic style Government House with its square crenelated tower was designed by the architect Francesco Azzurri in the late 1800s and built of stone quarried on Mount Titano.

Piazza della Liberta is a magnet for tourists because frequently throughout the day, the Guardie di Rocca change guard in a colorful ceremony.

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