The city is part of the territory of Montefeltro and is distinguished by its elevated and dominant position. The most significant building in San Leo is the Rocca, located in the highest part of the cliff.
This city owes its fortune to the Montefeltro family; in particular, to the Duke Federico, one of the leading exponents of the Renaissance. The city was the birthplace of Raphael, an illustrious painter of the fifteenth century.
The Rocca di Gradara, located in a strategic position between Romagna and Marche, saw a succession of families inside it: first the Malatesta of Rimini, then the Sforza of Milan and finally the Della Rovere of Pesaro.
UNESCO heritage and Byzantine capital. It was a meeting place between Roman and Byzantine culture. First Galla Placida, then Odoacre and finally Teodorico embellished the city with monuments of great artistic value.
San Marino is one of the smallest and oldest republics in the world. The current territory of 61 km², defined in the 15th century, extends to the slopes of Mount Titano (750 m above sea level); it is located within the North-Es area