Presidential palaces in San Marino

Palazzo Pubblico (San Marino)

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The Palazzo Pubblico (Italian: Public Palace) is the town hall of the City of San Marino as well as its official Government Building. The building, where official State ceremonies take place, is the seat of the Republic's main institutional and administrative bodies: the Captains Regent, the Grand and General Council, the Council of XII, and the Congress of State.

Located on the site of an ancient building called the Domus Magna Comunis, the current building was designed by the Roman architect Frencesco Azzurri and was built between 1884 and 1894. After a hundred years of existence, it was becoming unsafe in today's standards, so a complex restoration project was undergone. The intervention was completed by the internationally renowned architect Gae Aulenti on 30 September 1996.

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9 October 2012
Sede del Parlamento Sammarinese, è il luogo dove si effettua il "cambio della gurdia", ogni ora sulla mezz'ora dalle ore 8:30 alle 18:30 (da giugno a settembre).
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2 September 2015
Красота , необыкновенная атмосфера . Приятно сесть в кафе на площади и выпить вкусный кофе :)
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Piazza della Libertà, 7, 47890, San Marino

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