San Marino Country Quiz

Can you guess these facts about the country of San Marino?
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Last updated: November 14, 2020
First submittedMay 5, 2020
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Capital of San Marino
San Marino
Largest settlement
Dogana
Country which entirely surrounds San Marino
Italy
San Marino claims to be the world's _____ republic
Oldest
Highest peak, 739 meters above sea level
Monte Titano
Mountain range in which San Marino lies
Apennines
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"?
Consul
Currency used in San Marino
Euro
Country which briefly occupied San Marino in 1944
Germany
San Marino is divided into 9 municipalities which are known as _______ (starts with C)
Castelli
San Marino is the only country in the world with more _______ than people
Vehicles
There are three of these in the coat of arms
Towers
San Marino's national football team has a record of 1 win, 6 draws, and 163 losses.
What tiny nearby nation is the only team they have ever defeated?
Liechtenstein
Brazilian Formula One driver who died in the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix
(not actually held in San Marino)
Ayrton Senna
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Level 71
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
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Level 65
Jul 5, 2020
He actually died in Bologna, Italy during qualifying. So not technically San Marino
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Level 53
Jul 27, 2020
Senna also died in Bologna, Italy during the race. So not technically San Marino. the point is that it was called the San Marino GP, and they both died, so should both be accepted
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Level 60
Jul 29, 2020
I second this. Ratzenberger and Senna both died on the same circuit one day apart. He should be accepted too, unless the clue is changed to "Brazilian Formula One driver".
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Level 69
Jul 29, 2020
The clue is more specific now. Ratzenberger was accepted as a type-in, altough that hardly does him any justice.
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Level 57
Jun 25, 2020
please accept "Appennini" for "Apennines", it's the Italian word!
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Level 82
Jul 8, 2020
mmm... panini
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Level 65
Jul 1, 2020
Please accept "first" republic also?
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Level 67
Jul 4, 2020
But it was not?! And neither the oldest, but the oldest still existing.
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Level 58
Jul 6, 2020
... but it claims to be.
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Level 81
Jul 9, 2020
Thank you for not making the football question about Davide Gualtieri. I think you know what I'm referring to...
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Level 65
Jul 28, 2020
I got Senna (as a type-in presumably) when I started to write Sena-tor for a different question.
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Level 60
Aug 2, 2020
same lol
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Level 84
Jan 9, 2021
I did the same thing, except I was trying to spell Senate for some reason
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Level 65
Sep 2, 2020
Do you think Dan Marino was named after San Marino?
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Level 79
Jan 9, 2021
No, but Dan's son Stanley may have been. :-P
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Level 68
Nov 3, 2020
I got 'Castelli' when I tried 'castle' for the coat of arms question, and 'Senna' when I tried 'senator' for the Captains Regent question. 😁
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Level 55
Jan 9, 2021
lol me too
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Level 50
Jan 9, 2021
Exactly what happened to me too
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Level 64
Jan 9, 2021
I got "car" when trying to type in "Carpathians" :P
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Level 55
Jan 9, 2021
perhaps a question about the official language and/or most commonly spoken language?
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Level 60
Jan 9, 2021
I was really hoping to see Imola and the island of Rab (where the stonemason was from, after whom San Marino and also a beach on the island is named after) on this quiz.
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Level 72
Jan 9, 2021
There are also three mountains in the coat of arms, on which the citadels (hard enough to guess as you don't allow for 'castles') sit..
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Level 69
Jan 9, 2021
Well, "castle" is already an acceptable answer for the municipality question. And you're far more likely to notice three towers in the coat of arms than the mountains (which aren't even mountains, they're summits of the same mountain).
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Level 64
Jan 9, 2021
I feel like some of these small countries are so insignificant and obscure that their country quizzes are incredibly easy... but not this one.
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Level 65
Jan 9, 2021
Yeah, but think of those bragging rights over Liechtenstein.
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Level 23
Jan 10, 2021
San Marino isn't the only country in the world with more vehicles than humans, unless maybe bicycles aren't counted as vehicles.