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Inno Nazionale della Repubblica
English: National Anthem of the Republic
National anthem of  San Marino
Lyrics Federico Consolo
Music Federico Consolo
Adopted 1894

The Inno Nazionale is the national anthem of the Republic of San Marino. It was written by Federico Consolo, a Sammarinese violinist and composer, and adopted as the national anthem in 1894. This national anthem is one of the few without lyrics, and is therefore called simply Inno Nazionale (Italian: National anthem). Although it is little known and scarcely heard within the wider European Community, the Inno Nazionale is regularly played in the streets of San Marino City by the musicians of the Military Ensemble during national and religious festivals.

Unofficial lyrics

Italian English translation

Oh antica Repubblica
Onore a te virtuosa
Onore a te (repeat stanza)

Generosa fidente,
Virtuosa.
Oh, Repubblica

Onore e vivi eterna
Con la vita
E gloria d'Italia

Oh Repubblica
Onore a te.

O ancient Republic
honour to you, virtuous
honour to you (repeat stanza)

Generous fidelity,
O virtuous one.
O Republic,

Honour and eternal life,
with the life
and glory of Italy

O Republic
honour to you.

External links

  • "Visit San Marino" - Institutions - The official tourism website of San Marino has some information about the anthem, including a compressed version of the anthem that one can download.
  • Cesky Rozhlas ( in Czech ) has a page about San Marino featuring the anthem, but this version is played with too fast a tempo.
  • San Marino News ( in Italian ) has a website featuring two vocal versions. The unofficial lyrics are sung by the Corale San Marino, and the versions are featured on their CD "O Antica Repubblica, Onore a Te!"
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