Consulate of the Republic of San Marino to the UK
San Marino, officially the Most Serene Republic of San Marino, often abbreviated to the Republic of San Marino. It is the oldest sovereign state and constitutional Republic in the world, founded on 3 September 301 A.D.
Located in Southern Europe, it is an enclave in central Italy, on the border between the Italian regions of Emilia-Romagna ( province of Rimini) and Marche (province of Pesaro and Urbino). overlooking the Adriatic Sea, with a territory of 61km2 and about 33,000 inhabitants.
San Marino is a parliamentary Republic with two Captains Regent (Heads of State) and a Parliament composed of 60 members. The official language is Italian and the currency Euro.
Since 2008, the historic centre of the city of San Marino and Mount Titano have been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site as “evidence of the continuity of a free republic since the thirteenth century”.
It is the intention of the Consul and the Consulate’s staff to offer the best available and most accurate information for all private individuals, public institutions, and economic operators interested in the Republic of San Marino, in order to promote friendly bilateral relations of mutual benefits between the Republic of San Marino and the United Kingdom, as well to promote and protect the best interests of the San Marino citizen, residents and visitors in the UK.
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