The City of San Marino is the capital city of the Republic of San Marino, Southern Europe. It is the third biggest city in the nation, after Dogana and Borgo Maggiore. It outskirts the San Marino districts Acquaviva, Borgo Maggiore, Fiorentino, and Chiesanuova and the Italian region San Leo.
The city was established by Saint Marinus and a few Christian outcasts in the year 301. From that point on the city turned into a focal point of Christian displaced people who fled from Roman oppression. The urban heart of the city was secured by three towers: the first, Guaita, developed in the eleventh century, was popular for being impervious, which, all things considered, debilitated assaults on the city.