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San Marino

San Marino / COVID-19
Population 32,528
Total Confirmed 18092
Active 17977
Total deaths 115
Total recovered 0
Death rate 0.64 %


San Marino ( (listen), Italian: [sam maˈriːno]), officially the Republic of San Marino (Italian: Repubblica di San Marino; Romagnol: Ripóbblica d' San Marein), also known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino (Italian: Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino), is a microstate in Southern Europe completely enclosed by Italy.Located on the northeastern side of the Apennine Mountains, San Marino covers a land area of just over 61 km2 (24 sq mi), and contains a population of 33,562. Its capital is the City of San Marino and its largest settlement is Dogana. The capital is set at the maximum point of the country on a steep mountain. San Marino's official language is Italian, although Romagnol is the historical language and still in existence at a non-official capacity. The nation derives its name from Saint Marinus, a stonemason from the then Roman island of Rab, in modern-day Croatia. Born in AD 275, Marinus engaged in the reconstruction of Rimini's city walls following their destruction by Liburnian pirates. Marinus then went on to launch an independent monastic community on Monte Titano in AD 301; consequently, San Marino lays claim to being the earliest extant sovereign state, in addition to the oldest constitutional republic.San Marino's politics are ruled by its own constitution, which dictates that every six months San Marino's parliament must select two Captains Regent. The Captains Regent have equivalent powers, and are free to exercise them within the limits of the constitution and parliamentary laws until their term expires. The country's economy is mainly based on finance, industry, services and tourism. It is among the wealthiest nations in the world in terms of GDP per capita, using a figure comparable to the most developed European regions. San Marino is deemed to have a highly stable market, with among the lowest unemployment rates in Europe, no national debt and a budget surplus.

Source: Wikipedia