San Marino is one of the world’s smallest countries。
It is considered to have the oldest surviving national constitution in the world. The San Marino constitution was drafted in 1600, in Latin, and comprises a series of six books, referred to as The Statutes of 1600.
It was probably the first country in the world to establish a regular postal service.
San Marino is in Southern Europe, with a population of 33.8 thousand people. Its capital is San Marino, and their currency is Euro. The official language is Italian.
They celebrate many holidays including:
- New Year’s Day (Jan 1)
- Epiphany (Jan 6)
- Liberation Day (Feb 5)
- Anniversary of the ‘Arengo’ (Mar 25)
- Investiture of the Captains Regent (Apr 1 and Oct 1)
- Easter Sunday (Date Varies)
- Easter Monday (Date Varies)
- Labor Day (May 1)
- Corpus Domini (Date Varies)
- Anniversary of the Fall of Fascism and Freedom Day (Jun 28)
- Assumption Day (Aug 15)
- Foundation Day (Sep 3)
- Immaculate Conception Day (Dec 8)
- Christmas Day (Dec 25)
- St. Stephen’s Day (Dec 26)