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“The seat of government”
Review of Museo di Stato

Museo di Stato
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

It was interesting to see the parliament of a very small country. There were not many exhibits and a lady followed us from room to room. We were able to learn about San Marino at this museum.

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Reviewed June 20, 2013

We were in Reccione, Italy and I couldn't leave until we were actually in San Marino, the city, and the country. The road has lots of twists and turns to get you to the top, and the resulting scenery is impressive, showing the San Marino countryside where the 30,000 citizens of San Marino live. The hilltop city is one more hilltop Italian city, except that it is an independent country that has avoided Napoleon and Hitler and stayed neutral and independent. A subtle WOW factor! Oh, and there are museums and restaurants and public squares and churches too!

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Reviewed May 28, 2013

We went there in between thunderstorms, and were fortunate to see three castles before the rain hit, which was rather dramtic from the tower. The castles are unreal, because they are real. Hold your kid's hands, this is the real thing and gravity works here. Many wlakways alongg castles walls, wonderful places to explore. The museum we saw was the old weapons. amazing and scary. I wanted to take one of the swords home with me but I figured I wouldn't get far unless I was really good with it.

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Reviewed May 26, 2013

Great castle with cannon, battlements, towers. Climb to the top for a view in all directions of the entire country and surrounding Italy. The access to the top is very tight and two-ways including a narrow ladder. Wait for your turn, it's worth the view.

Small fee to enter.

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Reviewed May 26, 2013

Everything about San Marino was interesting--just enough for a fun weekend. The views are fantastic, good food, good hotel, Be sure to take a jacket--it seems to always be windy. Teleferic ride gives a great view of the country and the sea.

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