San Marino

Official nameRepublic of San Marino
Name in local languageRepubblica di San Marino (it)
SubcontinentEurope (outside the European Union)
Population (ranking: 231e)33,419 inhabitants (2019)
Population growth0.27 % / year
Area61 km²
Density547.85 inhabitants / km²
GDP (ranking: 205e)1.633 billions $USD (2017)
GDP/capita (ranking)48,495 $USD (2017)
GDP growth1.50 % / year (2017)
Life expectancy (ranking)84.65 years (2016)
Birth rate8.60 ‰ (2016)
Fertility rate1.50 children / woman (2016)
Death rate (ranking)8.60 ‰ (2016)
Infant mortality rate (ranking)2.50 ‰ (2016)
Literacy rate100.00 % (2019)
Official languagesItalian
CurrencyEuro (€ EUR)
HDI (ranking: 4e)0.961 / 1 (2008)
EPI (ranking)0.00 (2018)
GovernmentUnitary parliamentary directorial republic
Head of StateCaptains Regent Mirko Tomassoni and Luca Santolini
National Day3 September (fondation of San Marino in 301)
Tourists (ranking)78,000 people (2017)
Saint-Marin – petite

San Marino is an independent state landlocked in Italy. It is the 3rd smallest state in Europe and the 5th smallest in the world.
It is also one of the oldest republics in the world after Iceland, and the oldest republic in the world has existed continuously since its creation. Its constitution, which dates from 1600, is the oldest constitution still in force today. It is one of the countries without access to the sea.

San Marino. Photo: Matl
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Urban areas (2019)
Urban areasPopulation
San Marino33,419 inhabitants
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Administrative divisions
Castles (Castelli)PopulationArea
Acquaviva2,140 inhabitants5 km²
Borgo Maggiore6,921 inhabitants9 km²
Chiesanuova1,145 inhabitants5 km²
Domagnano3,475 inhabitants7 km²
Faetano1,182 inhabitants8 km²
Fiorentino2,563 inhabitants7 km²
Montegiardino940 inhabitants3 km²
Saint-Marin (San Marino)4,032 inhabitants7 km²
Serravalle10,832 inhabitants11 km²
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See also