Basilica di San Marino

The Basilica of San Marino, dedicated to San Marinus, patron and founder of the Republic of San Marino, is the main church of the capital of the microstate. The neoclassical church was built from 1826 to 1838. On the back of the basilica are the Orti Dell'Arciprete, a place used for concerts and other events.

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San Leo Cathedral

The Cathedral of San Leo stands on a site that has been used for the worship of deities since prehistoric times. The first cathedral in the early Middle Ages was built in the 7th century. The remains of the first church are incorporated into the current Romano-Lombard structure.

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Malatesta Temple

The Malatesta Temple, founded in the 9th century, was rebuilt in the 15th century by Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, Rimini's most famous ruler. Filled with works by famous Renaissance artists such as Leon Battista Alberti and Piero della Francesca, the church was never completed. In 1809, the church has been consecrated as a cathedral with the title of Santa Colomba.

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Sarsina Cathedral

Sarsina Cathedral was probably built in the 10th century in the Romanesque style, but its facade remains unfinished. The lunette above the entrance portal shows a modern mosaic depicting Saint Vicinius. Chapels were added to the interior in the 16th and 17th centuries.