Serravalle (San Marino)

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The castle of Serravalle
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Serravalle's location in San Marino
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Serravalle
Serravalle's location in San Marino
Coordinates: 43°58′9.98″N12°28′42.12″E / 43.9694389°N 12.4783667°E / 43.9694389; 12.4783667
CountryFlag of San Marino.svg  San Marino
Government
  CapitanoLeandro Maiani (since 2009)
Area
  Total10.53 km2 (4.07 sq mi)
Elevation
148 m (486 ft)
Population
 (May 2018)
  Total10,878 [1]
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
47899
Climate Cfa

Serravalle is a castello located in the European republic of San Marino. With a population of 10,878 [1] inhabitants (of which 2,000 are of foreign origin) and an area of 10.53 km2, it is not only the most densely populated municipality in San Marino, but it also contains its largest settlement (Dogana). Serravalle is located on the edge of the Apennine Mountains.

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Geography

The town borders on Sammarinese municipalities of Domagnano and Borgo Maggiore and the Italian municipalities Verucchio, Rimini and Coriano. Serravalle counts a surrounding quarter named Galazzano, where the weather station and an industrial area are located. [2] Serravalle has San Marino's northernmost and lowest elevated points. The outer edge of Serravalle is about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from downtown Rimini and the Adriatic Sea.

History

First mentioned in a 962 document, in medieval times this town was called Castrum Olnani (later Olnano), the village of the elm trees.[ citation needed ] Serravalle attached to San Marino in 1463, during the last territorial expansion of the Republic.[ citation needed ]

Parishes

Serravalle has 8 parishes [3] ( curazie ):

Points of interest

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Coordinates: 43°58′9.98″N12°28′42.12″E / 43.9694389°N 12.4783667°E / 43.9694389; 12.4783667