History UsefulNotes / SanMarino

4th Jun '16 8:19:39 AM RezaMaulana98
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There was once a [[NonindicativeName San Marino Grand Prix - held in Imola, Italy]].

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There was once a [[NonindicativeName San Marino Grand Prix - held in Imola, Italy]].Italy]], which was infamous for its 1994 running[[note]]It was on this running that Ayrton Senna had his fatal crash during the race. Along with his fatal crash, Austrian Roland Ratzenberger died after crashing in qualifying, Rubens Barrichello was injured after a crash in practice, eight fans were injured due to flying debris after a crash at the start involving Pedro Lamy and JJ Lehto, and as if all of those wasn't enough, four mechanics from Ferrari and Lotus were injured after Michele Alboreto's wheel came off exiting pit lane[[/note]]. Motorcycle racing also has its own San Marino Grand Prix, the somewhat indicative San Marino ''and'' Rimini's Coast motorcycle Grand Prix, which as the name said, it's held in Rimini - specifically, the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli.
20th Sep '15 5:36:17 PM nombretomado
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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus [[note]] who later became its [[UsefulNotes/PatronSaints patron saint]][[/note]], a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect. The next-oldest is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).

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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus [[note]] who later became its [[UsefulNotes/PatronSaints patron saint]][[/note]], a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect. The next-oldest is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).
31st Jul '15 9:32:33 PM phoenix
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During World War II, San Marino provided a safe harbor for over 100,000 Italians (ten times as much as there were Sammarinese at the time) and Jews from Nazi persecution. That's right, San Marino pulled a move that could risk angering NaziGermany and still managed to stay neutral. No wonder its citizens are proud of it, and they well should be.

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During World War II, San Marino provided a safe harbor for over 100,000 Italians (ten times as much as there were Sammarinese at the time) and Jews from Nazi persecution. That's right, San Marino pulled a move that could risk angering NaziGermany UsefulNotes/NaziGermany and still managed to stay neutral. No wonder its citizens are proud of it, and they well should be.
26th Jun '15 8:13:35 PM Quag15
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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus [[note]] who later became its [[UsefulNotes/PatronSaints patron saint]][[/note]], a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).

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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus [[note]] who later became its [[UsefulNotes/PatronSaints patron saint]][[/note]], a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, effect. The next-oldest is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).
26th Jun '15 8:11:46 PM Quag15
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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus [[note]] who later became its [[UsefulNotes/PatronSaints patron saint]], a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).

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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus [[note]] who later became its [[UsefulNotes/PatronSaints patron saint]], saint]][[/note]], a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]].younger. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).
26th Jun '15 8:11:22 PM Quag15
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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus, a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).

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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus, Marinus [[note]] who later became its [[UsefulNotes/PatronSaints patron saint]], a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).
21st Dec '14 7:24:28 PM Quag15
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27th Nov '14 11:20:13 AM Quag15
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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus, a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to estend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).

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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus, a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to estend extend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).
28th Jul '14 7:07:01 AM EDP
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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus, a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).

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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus, a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the reorganization of Italy following the NapoleonicWars and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines Apennines, not accepting Napoleon's offers to estend their territory and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).
29th Dec '13 9:07:11 PM merlinxchick
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The Most Serene Republic of San Marino is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus, a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).

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San Marino, officially known as the Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Repubblica di San Marino'') and also known as The Most Serene Republic of San Marino ('''Italian:''' ''Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino''), is a delightful little enclave in Italy. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on September 3, 301, by Marinus, a stonemason-turned-monk from Arba (modern-day Rab, Croatia). Its constitution, ratified 1600, is the oldest of its kind still in effect[[note]]The next-oldest, is the U.S. Constitution, some 189 years younger[[/note]]. It survived the consolidation of Italy into medium-sized territorial states in the 15th century and the unification of Italy in the 19th century, largely owing to its remote location in a valley of the Apennines and as a [[IOweYouMyLife token of gratitude from leaders of the unification movement for offering them shelter in times of crisis]]. It is too small (about 60 sq km with a little more than 30.000 residents) and remote to cause anyone much trouble - and it is also too small and remote for anyone to give it much trouble, so, while, by custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty, it also applies on a more literal sense. It managed to remain neutral in the two world wars (though somehow someone reported San Marino had saw fit to declare war on the United Kingdom in 1940).
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