Just the Pictures (San Marino) View of the countryside from San Marino. Street in San Marino. The Palazzo Pubblico (“Public Palace”). San Marino’s Coat of Arms (sandstone, from the 17th-century AD). Inside the Palazzo Pubblico. Room in the Palazzo Pubblico. Hall of the Council (located in the Palazzo Pubblico). Memorial statue for the bombardment of San Marino by the British air force on June 26, 1944 AD. View of San Marino, Italy, and the Adriatic Sea (far in the distance). The Basilica di San Marino, a Catholic Church dedicated to Saint Marinus. Another street in San Marino. The First Tower (originally built in the 12th-century AD) in San Marino. Another view of the First Tower. Drum and helmets for the fortress guards. Looking toward the Adriatic Sea from the First Tower. The Second Tower (seen from the First). Entrance to the Second Tower (originally built in the 13th-century AD). An assassin’s dagger (17th-century AD, Italian). A French percussion knife-pistol (ca. 1830-1850 AD). View of the First Tower (from the Second). View from the Second Tower with the Third Tower in the distance. Closer view of the Second Tower. The Third Tower (originally built in the 13th-century AD). Streets in San Marino, seen from the city wall. Inside of the Chiesa di San Francesco (“Church of Saint Francis”), which was built in 1361 AD. ‘The Stigmata of St. Francis’ by Matteo Loves (1646 AD). Closeup of ‘The Virgin Enthroned with Saints John the Baptist, Francis of Assisi, Marinus, and Catherine of Alexandria’, painted by Girolamo Marchesi da Cotignola (16th-century AD). ‘St. Anthony the Abbot with Saints Agatha and Anthony of Padua’ (16th-century AD). ‘Bather’ by Emilio Ambron (1950 AD). The Cassa di Risparmio. Jewels from the Domagnano treasure; they are believed to have belonged to a Ostrogothic noble woman from the 5th/6th-century AD. Painting of the ‘Nursing Madonna’, from the 17th-century AD. A polyptych by Francesco Menzocchi (1535 AD). Coat of Arms for the Most Serene Republic of San Marino (14th/15th-century AD). A ceramic vase depicting the Coat of Arms of San Marino (from the 19th-century AD). ‘Penitent Magdalene’ by an Emilian painter from the 17th-century AD. ‘Martyrdom of Saint Agatha’ by an unknown artist (17th-century AD). Painting depicting San Marino from the 18th-century AD). Fountain in San Marino. The Porto San Francesco. My meal of tagliatelle with meat sauce, lasagna, cannelloni, bread, and the house red wine.