San Marino Country Quiz

Can you guess these facts about the country of San Marino?
Quiz by Pullasorsa
Last updated: June 25, 2020
First submittedMay 5, 2020
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Capital of San Marino
San Marino
Largest settlement
Country which entirely surrounds San Marino
San Marino claims to be the world's _____ republic
Highest peak, 739 meters above sea level
Monte Titano
Mountain range in which San Marino lies
Each six months, San Marino's Parliament elects two "Captains Regent" to lead the country.
What elected office in ancient Rome was similar to "Captain Regent"?
Currency used in San Marino
Country which briefly occupied San Marino in 1944
San Marino is divided into 9 municipalities which are known as _______ (starts with C)
San Marino is the only country in the world with more _______ than people
There are three of these in the coat of arms
San Marino's national football team has a record of 1 win, 4 draws, and 159 losses.
What tiny nearby nation is the only team they have ever defeated?
Formula One driver who died in the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix
(not actually held in San Marino)
Ayrton Senna
Level 67
Jun 25, 2020
Austrian pilot Roland Ratzenberger also died during the (1994) San Marino GP! Please at least accept him as an alternative answer… RIP
Level 62
Jul 5, 2020
He actually died in Bologna, Italy during qualifying. So not technically San Marino
Level 57
Jun 25, 2020
please accept "Appennini" for "Apennines", it's the Italian word!
Level 81
Jul 8, 2020
mmm... panini
Level 65
Jul 1, 2020
Please accept "first" republic also?
Level 66
Jul 4, 2020
But it was not?! And neither the oldest, but the oldest still existing.
Level 44
Jul 6, 2020
... but it claims to be.
Level 77
Jul 9, 2020
Thank you for not making the football question about Davide Gualtieri. I think you know what I'm referring to...