Mount Titan in City of San Marino, San Marino
Monte Titano (Mount Titan) is a mountain of the Apennines and the highest peak in San Marino. It stands 739 m above sea level and is located immediately to the east of the capital, San Marino. It was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008 under the combined title San Marino Historic Centre and Mount Titano. Inscribed under reference no. 1245 criteria iii, the two together encompass an area of 55 ha with a buffer zone of 167 ha. It encompasses Mount Titano and the other structures such as the fortification towers, walls, gates and bastions, as well as a neo-classical basilica located on it and its slopes forming a small but unique urban conglomerate.
Straddled on the ridge of Mount Titano is the city of San Marino of the Republic of San Marino, the history of which dates from the early 4th century. According to the legend related to the Mount and its precincts a small monastery existed on top of the Mount during the 8th century. The mountainous landscape provides excellent views of its surroundings, and its isolated location ensured the needed seclusion for San Marino to survive as a Republic over the past several centuries.
The mountain has three peaks; on each is one of The Three Towers of San Marino. Saint Marinus is always represented with Mount Titano in his hands.
Monte Titano is located in central San Marino (seen in maps in rough rectangular shape), to the southeast of the City of San Marino and to the north of the village of Murata, at a distance of 10 km from the Adriatic Coast. Monte Titano looks like a rugged limestone outcrop, located only 13 kilometres from the Adriatic Sea on the Apennines. Although the highest point is 739 metres above sea level, the rocky outcrop is about 200 metres in height at most. From the top of Monte Titano views of the entire nation of San Marino and further afield can be viewed scenically. The mountain gives birth to several streams, including the San Marino River, which flows down its western slope through a broad valley and flows into the Marecchia River, through Marecchia Torello and into the Adriatic Sea 23 km away and the Cando River, born in Marano, which flows into the Adriatic coast between Rimini and Riccione Ausa. The terrain has fertile soils in Emilia Romagna plain and soft rolling hills in the Marche and Montefeltro region. The mountain dips into the calm Adriatic sea.
During the Tertiary era, the area where San Marino lies was the sea. Violent earthquakes caused major upheavals in the Earth's surface. Because of these intensive earthquakes, a mass of rock situated about 80 km from the mountain, was lifted and slid slowly toward the Adriatic Sea. This mass of rock gave rise to various mountains, including Mount Titano. The vertebrate fossils found on the slopes of Mount Titano are mostly aquatic in origin, because of the fact this rock was once located underneath the sea in its current spot. Fossils of various fish, especially the fossils of shark teeth have been discovered on Monte Titano, with many dated to the Miocene period. The most important fossil discovery is that of a whale, which is now preserved in the Bologna Archaeological Museum.
The precincts of Monte Titano and the San Marino city experiences mild temperate climate; the maximum temperatures reported is of 26 °C in summer while the minimum is −7 °C in winter. Annual precipitation varies from about 22 inches to 32 inches.
Flora and fauna
Set in the Mediterranean zone the vegetation is typical influenced by elevation variations. Numerous trees inhabit the mountain, including chestnuts, oaks, laburnum, cypress, fir trees and some shrubs and asparagus, typical of the driest areas, such as the territory in the Three Towers of San Marino vicinity. On the cliffs of Mount Titano is also found Ephedra Nebrodensis, a plant typical of Sicily and Sardinia.
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Mount Titan: The Mountain That Made San Marino Undefeatable
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Monte Titano, San Marino
Monte Titano (Mount Titan) is a mountain of the Apennines and the highest peak in San Marino. It stands at 739 m (2,425 ft) above sea level and is located immediately to the east of the capital, San Marino. It encompasses the Mount Titano and the other structures such as the fortification towers, walls, gates and bastions, as well as a neo-classical basilica located on it and its slopes forming a small but unique urban conglomerate.
Straddled on the ridge of Mount Titano is the city of San Marino of the Republic of San Marino on the eastern part of the Italian peninsula, it has a hoary history starting from early 4th century. According to the legend related to the Mount and its precincts a small monastery existed on top of the Mount during the 8th century. The mountainous landscape provides excellent views of its surroundings, and its isolated location ensured the needed seclusion for San Marino to survive as a Republic over the past several centuries.
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Centro Storico Di San Marino
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Basilica del Santo Marino
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San Marino is a mountainous microstate surrounded by north-central Italy. Among the world's oldest republics, it retains much of its historic architecture. On the slopes of Mount Titan sits the capital, also called San Marino, known for its medieval walled old town and narrow cobblestone streets. The Three Towers, castlelike citadels dating to the 11th century, sit atop Titano's neighboring peaks.
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As a part of our visit to San Marino in the European Microstates episode, we hike the country's highest mountain, Mount Titano, visiting the three towers on top of it, enjoying the views to the Riviera Romagnola Italian seaside and discovering more about the culture of San Marino in the museums hosted on this trail.
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Even in the context of a small nation, San Marino's competitive record is terrible: 32 years of international football, 136 matches, 0 wins. But watching Europe's worst football team comes with a strange and unique thrill - what if tonight's the night? What if they actually win? Imagine how good the party will be...
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San Marino in the Snow | Three Towers & Old Town
Walking around a misty and very snowy San Marino was a terrific experience, the weather had kept away most of the day visitors so it was quiet and empty all over the historical centre.
Although the three towers of San Marino were closed I was still able to walk around them on footpaths that were only just passable, after that I lost myself in the maze of small streets and snow covered alleyways in the heart of the city.
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E1 - Rimini to San Marino in a Snowstorm (Things Don't Go To Plan)
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E3 - Leaving San Marino | Travel Day
E4 - Day Trip to Florence, Italy
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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the banking crisis in San Marino.
San Marino is a tiny country, but a beautiful country all the same. For years, people have parked their money in the landlocked country within Italy. Well, despite their size, they are home to 6 major banks. These banks are are crippled due to bad debts. No one is surprised, but all the same the IMF may step in with US $350 Million (or 300 Million Euros) to shore the banks up.
This is a nation of 34,000 people. That's right, smaller than most cities! But this banking crisis signifies what's going on throughout the world on a greater scale. The country never recovered from the financial crisis a decade ago, but then again, neither has any country. The difference is, most countries prevail under the temporary guise of successfully bullish, but under that thin veil is a massive debt crisis that will end in history's largest collision course as the monetary system and the stock markets crash globally. It's a collapse the likes of which the world has never seen.
As the world reserve currency starts to approach a massive recession and currencies are failing throughout the world, the power shift is also happening in China, India, Germany, Russia and several other countries. Central banks are desperate and the stock markets are propped up on artificial investor confidence but no true fundamental value on a great scale.
The banks across the board are insolvent and their cash to deposit ratio is astonishingly low. Bubbles are growing throughout the world in many industries and instability spreads far and wide throughout the populace as poverty grips many. The derivatives bubble globally is at the multi-quadrillion level. The pension bubble is set to hit 400 trillion dollars by the year 2050 which is entirely unsustainable.
But there are solutions. self sustainability. Independence. Decentralization. Wealth insurance. Individuals must take it upon themselves to educate themselves on these matters. You control your money, your money does not control you. Protect your purchasing power and don't be afraid to be over prepared. It's better than being under-prepared. Don't be dependent on those that are dependent on your dependence. It's a recipe for disaster.
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San Marino Titan Marching Band- Moor Park
Video was recorded on November 15th, 2014 at Moor Park.
The the Moor Park Battle of the Bands competition was the 2014-2015 school year Titan Marching Band's final competition.
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Tourist film on San Marino Italy, 1954.
Visitors stand at the foot of the castellated tower, at the Palace ruins of San Marino. Camera pans up to top of tower. People walking up a steep external staircase with far reaching views. Views in all directions from the top of the palace. View through a small window over the city. Families leaving the palace through large double doors. Postcard sellers. Visitors walk downhill away from the palace buildings.