Municipalities of San Marino

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Municipality
Castelli  (Italian)
San Marino.png
CategoryUnitary parliamentary diarchic directorial republic
LocationSan Marino
Number9
Populations966 (Montegiardino) – 10,976 (Serravalle)
Areas3.31 km2 (1.28 sq mi) (Montegiardino) – 10.53 km2 (4.07 sq mi) (Serravalle)
GovernmentRegional Government, National Government

These are the 9 castelli (municipalities) of San Marino:

Municipality Area (km2) Population Annexation
1986 1996 2006 2019
Castello di Acquaviva.jpg Acquaviva 4.86 1,148 1,264 1,881 2,167 1243
Castello di Borgo maggiore.jpg Borgo Maggiore 9.01 4,421 5,358 6,061 6,946 12th century
Castello di Chiesanuova.jpg Chiesanuova 5.46 724 866 1,036 1,152 1320
Flag of City of San Marino.png City of San Marino 7.09 4,179 4,350 4,409 4,063
Castello di Domagnano.jpg Domagnano 6.62 1,885 2,207 2,899 3,584 1463
Castello di Faetano.jpg Faetano 7.75 738 870 1,139 1,168 1463
Castello di Fiorentino.jpg Fiorentino 6.56 1,478 1,798 2,253 2,552 1463
Castello di Montegiardino.jpg Montegiardino 3.31 557 717 843 966 1463
Castello di Serravalle.jpg Serravalle 10.53 6,995 8,085 9,847 10,976 1463
San Marino 61.19 22,125 25,515 30,368 33,574 1463

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 some small settlements known as frazioni or curazie.

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