(Most Serene) Republic of San Marino - traduzione in russo
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(Most Serene) Republic of San Marino - traduzione in russo

TITLE OF A SOVEREIGN REPUBLIC IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Regnum Serenissima; Most Serene; Serene Republic; Much Serene Republic

(Most Serene) Republic of San Marino      
Республика Сан-Марино
San Marino         
  • Alessandro Rossi]], [[Alessandro Mancini]], and [[Alberto Selva]]
  • [[San Marino Cathedral]]
  • Aerial tramway to [[Monte Titano]]
  • 2005 [[San Marino Grand Prix]] held in [[Imola]], Italy
  • Anita]] and [[Giuseppe Garibaldi]] in San Marino, 1849
  • Guards of the Rock]]
  • British troops at [[Monte Titano]] during the [[Battle of San Marino]], September 1944
  • Illustration of [[Saint Marinus]], the founder of the Republic of San Marino and prominent cultural figure
  • Palazzo Pubblico]], seat of the government of San Marino
  • A ''[[piadina]]'', a dish characteristic of the Italian region of Romagna and of its enclave of San Marino
  • A painting in the Museo di Stato di San Marino by [[Pompeo Batoni]]
  • Enlargeable, detailed map of San Marino
  • [[Administrative division]]s of San Marino
  • View of the ''[[Guaita]]'' defensive wall
  • A proportional representation of San Marino exports, 2019
  • The San Marino constitution, or more precisely statutes, of 1600
  • Tourism and banking are the country's main sources of revenue.
  • The fortress of ''[[Guaita]]'' on [[Mount Titano]]
SOVEREIGN STATE IN SOUTHERN EUROPE, ENCLAVED WITHIN ITALY
ISO 3166-1:SM; Republic of San Marino; San marino; Most Serene Republic of San Marino; Republic of S.Marino; Sanmarinese; Culture of San Marino; Land of San Marino; San Marino Republic; The Most Serene Republic of San Marino; Climate of San Marino; Repubblica di San Marino; Feast of San Marino and the Republic; Liberation from the Alberoni Occupation; Anniversary of the Arengo and the Feast of the Militants; Liberation Day (San Marino); San Maroin; Population of San Marino; Sanmarino; Sammarinese culture; Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino

[sɑ:nmə'ri:nəu]

география

Сан-Марино

существительное

общая лексика

Сан-Марино

San Marino         
  • Alessandro Rossi]], [[Alessandro Mancini]], and [[Alberto Selva]]
  • [[San Marino Cathedral]]
  • Aerial tramway to [[Monte Titano]]
  • 2005 [[San Marino Grand Prix]] held in [[Imola]], Italy
  • Anita]] and [[Giuseppe Garibaldi]] in San Marino, 1849
  • Guards of the Rock]]
  • British troops at [[Monte Titano]] during the [[Battle of San Marino]], September 1944
  • Illustration of [[Saint Marinus]], the founder of the Republic of San Marino and prominent cultural figure
  • Palazzo Pubblico]], seat of the government of San Marino
  • A ''[[piadina]]'', a dish characteristic of the Italian region of Romagna and of its enclave of San Marino
  • A painting in the Museo di Stato di San Marino by [[Pompeo Batoni]]
  • Enlargeable, detailed map of San Marino
  • [[Administrative division]]s of San Marino
  • View of the ''[[Guaita]]'' defensive wall
  • A proportional representation of San Marino exports, 2019
  • The San Marino constitution, or more precisely statutes, of 1600
  • Tourism and banking are the country's main sources of revenue.
  • The fortress of ''[[Guaita]]'' on [[Mount Titano]]
SOVEREIGN STATE IN SOUTHERN EUROPE, ENCLAVED WITHIN ITALY
ISO 3166-1:SM; Republic of San Marino; San marino; Most Serene Republic of San Marino; Republic of S.Marino; Sanmarinese; Culture of San Marino; Land of San Marino; San Marino Republic; The Most Serene Republic of San Marino; Climate of San Marino; Repubblica di San Marino; Feast of San Marino and the Republic; Liberation from the Alberoni Occupation; Anniversary of the Arengo and the Feast of the Militants; Liberation Day (San Marino); San Maroin; Population of San Marino; Sanmarino; Sammarinese culture; Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino
San Marino noun Сан-Марино

Definizione

Сан-Хосе
столица Коста-Рики. Основан в 1737 г. и первоначально назывался Вйлья-Нуэва - 'новое селение'; позже получило распространение название Сан-Хосе (San Jose) - 'Святой Хосе'.

Wikipedia

Most Serene Republic

Most Serene Republic (Latin: Serenissima Respublica) (Italian: Serenissima Repubblica) is a title attached to a number of European states through history. By custom, the appellation "Most Serene" is an indicator of sovereignty (see also Serene Highness or Most Serene Highness for a sovereign prince). When used in the past, the title "Most Serene Republic" emphasized the sovereignty of the republic.

Traduzione di &#39(Most Serene) Republic of San Marino&#39 in Russo