|Category||Unitary parliamentary diarchic directorial republic|
|Populations||966 (Montegiardino) – 10,976 (Serravalle)|
|Areas||3.31 km2 (1.28 sq mi) (Montegiardino) – 10.53 km2 (4.07 sq mi) (Serravalle)|
|Government||Regional Government, National Government|
These are the 9 castelli (municipalities) of San Marino :
|Borgo Maggiore||9.01||4,421||5,358||6,061||6,946||12th century|
|City of San Marino||7.09||4,179||4,350||4,409||4,063|
Though it is one of the biggest towns of the Republic, Dogana is not an autonomous castello but belongs to the castello of Serravalle. Like Italian comuni, the castelli of San Marino include a main town that is the seat of the castello, called the capoluogo, and other settlements known as frazioni or curazie.
Castello may refer to:
San Marino, officially the Republic of San Marino, also known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino, is a microstate in Southern Europe completely enclosed by Italy.
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