Piazza della Liberta, City of San Marino

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Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Located adjacent to the Palazzo Pubblico, Piazza della Liberta sits surrounded by cozy cafes, restaurants, and shops. Visitors stop here mainly for the view of the valley and houses below. Within the square, you'll find the Statua della Liberta, whose white marble image seems to guard over the area. It was erected as a symbol of freedom and is what gives this piazza its name. Plan to visit Piazza della Liberta during your City of San Marino vacation using our convenient City of San Marino trip planner.
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  • Great stop definately worth it. The enclave has always fascinated me and I must say the country is underrated because it's very nice. From the top of the nation you have an infinate view off the...  more »
  • It is the main square of the town. The view is lovely and the photo with the Palazzo Pubblico is unmissable.  more »
  • Possibly the best view from any Square I’ve visited.
  • One of the most important squares in the city of San Marino is certainly Piazza della Libertà. It is located not far from the main front door, on a strategically beautiful spot. Located in a central area, this square overlooks some of the most important buildings of the city such as the Palazzo Pubblico, the Parva Domous and the Angels houses (of the 14. century), while the fourth side is a belvedere on the magnificent hills of the Republic, one beautiful balcony on the view on the Montefeltro. Precisely because of this strategic position and because of its size, it is often the site of events such as concerts and fairs. A great place to enjoy the charms of San Marino. Exactly in the center of the square it is possible to notice the fountain with the famous Statua della Libertà di San Marino ( Statue of Liberty of San Marino ), a work in white marble from Carrara, by the sculptor Stefano Galletti, donated to the city by the countess Otilia Heyroth Wagener as a symbol of freedom. Several times during the day in the this main square of the Guardia di Rocca alternating guards. Their uniforms are striking and very cheerful. They are dressed in dark green jackets with white knits and have red pants. Wonderfully.

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