San-marino meaning

săn mə-rēnō
A country in the Apennines near the Adriatic Sea. It is surrounded by Italy and is the world's smallest republic. Founded, according to tradition, in the fourth century ad , San Marino was recognized by the papacy in 1631 and has maintained its independence, with a few brief interruptions, ever since. It signed a treaty of friendship with Italy in 1862, was allied with Italy in World Wars I and II, and was bombed by the Allied forces in 1944. The town of San Marino is its capital.
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(place) Independent country within E Italy: 24 sq mi (61 sq km)
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(place) Its capital.
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A country in Europe, located within the borders of Italy. Official name: Republic of San Marino.
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The capital city of San Marino.
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Origin of san-marino

  • Italian san (“saint") Marino (“Marinus") (Saint Marinus)

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