+378 is the dialing code for San Marino.
San Marino is called the world’s oldest republic and is the only remaining of the medieval city states on the Italian peninsula. The country consists mainly of a mountain located just inside Italy’s east coast, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Tourism and sales of stamps and coins are important sources of income. San Marino is also a tax haven but has tightened its financial rules following criticism from the outside world.
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Geography and climate
With a surface of 61 square kilometers, San Marino is one of the world’s smallest independent states. The Republic is located on the eastern side of the Italian peninsula, just over a mile from the Adriatic Sea and with the seaside resort of Rimini as the nearest major city.
Almost the entire area of the country is occupied by the Titan Mountain and its slopes, part of the Apennine mountain range. To the northeast, the landscape is more flat.
San Marino has a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and chilly winters. The temperature at night can be below zero in winter.
|Cultivated land||16.7 %|
|Land area||61 km 2|
Population and health
|Population development||0.82 ‰|
|Urban population (Urbanization)||94.2 %|
|Death rate||8.45 per 1000 residents|
|Life expectancy: Women||86.01 years|
|Life expectancy: Men||80.69 years|
|Birth rate||8.63 births per 1000 residents|
|Infant mortality||4.45 deaths / 1000 births|
Population Graph Source: Countryaah.com
|Electricity, production||million kWh|
|Energy consumption per resident||kg. oil per resident|
|Natural gas, production||million cubic meters|
|Crude oil, production||million tons|
|Internet users||52.6 per 100 residents|
|Mobile subscriptions||115 per 100 residents|
|Passenger cars||1263 per 1000 residents|
Business and economics
|Unemployment||8.7% of the workforce|
|GDP||63900 per resident|
|Primary occupations||0.1 %|
|Secondary profession||34.4 %|
|Tertiary professions||65.5 %|
61 km2 (2018)
Adjacent country (s)
Capital with number of residents
San Marino 4,200
Other major cities
Serravalle 10 50, Borgo Maggiore 6 600 (2012) 2
Monte Titano (739 m asl)
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