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These are the 9 castelli (municipalities) of San Marino:

Location of the 9 castelli of San Marino
Cities in San Marino
Rank City Area
km2
Population
1986 1996 2006
1. Serravalle 10,53 6.995 8.085 9.847
2. Borgo Maggiore 9,01 4.421 5.358 6.061
3. City of San Marino 7,09 4.179 4.350 4.409
4. Domagnano 6,62 1.885 2.207 2.899
5. Fiorentino 6,56 1.478 1.798 2.253
6. Acquaviva 4,86 1.148 1.264 1.881
7. Faetano 7,75 738 870 1.139
8. Chiesanuova 5,46 724 866 1.036
9. Montegiardino 3,31 557 717 843
  San Marino 61,19 22.125 25.515 30.368

Though it is one of the biggest towns of the Republic, Dogana is not an autonomous castello but belongs to the castello of Serravalle. Indeed, castelli, like Italian comuni, includes a main town that is the seat of the castello, called capoluogo, and some little place or localities known as frazioni.

See also

  • ISO 3166-2:SM
Flag of San Marino Castelli of San Marino

Acquaviva | Borgo Maggiore | Chiesanuova | Domagnano | Faetano | Fiorentino | Montegiardino | San Marino (city) | Serravalle

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These are the 9 castelli of San Marino:

Cities in San Marino
Rank City Area
km2
Population
1986 1996 2006
1. Serravalle 10,53 6.995 8.085 9.847
2. Borgo Maggiore 9,01 4.421 5.358 6.061
3. City of San Marino 7,09 4.179 4.350 4.409
4. Domagnano 6,62 1.885 2.207 2.899
5. Fiorentino 6,56 1.478 1.798 2.253
6. Acquaviva 4,86 1.148 1.264 1.881
7. Faetano 7,75 738 870 1.139
8. Chiesanuova 5,46 724 866 1.036
9. Montegiardino 3,31 557 717 843
  San Marino 61,19 22.125 25.515 30.368

Though it is one of the biggest towns of the Republic, Dogana is not an autonomous castello but belongs to the castello of Serravalle. Indeed, castelli, like Italian comuni, includes a main town that is the seat of the castello, called capoluogo, and some little place or localities known as frazioni.

See also


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