San Marino is another tiny independent country that is surrounded on all sides by Italy. It is one of the oldest republics in the world. San Marino lies in the slopes of Mount Titano in the Apennine Mountains. The capital has houses built in the 1300’s that line its winding cobblestone streets. Revenue is brought by tourists who come to watch San Marino’s colorful festivals. Another important source of income is the sale of San Marino’s postage stamps, which are collected throughout the world.
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