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Domagnano

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Domagnano

Domagnano
castello
Flag of Domagnano
Flag
Coat of arms of Domagnano
Coat of arms
Domagnano's location in San Marino
Domagnano's location in San Marino
Domagnano is located in San Marino
Domagnano
Domagnano
Domagnano's location in San Marino
Coordinates:
Country  San Marino
Government
 • Capitano Daniele Gasperoni (since 2009)
Area
 • Total 6.62 km2 (2.56 sq mi)
Elevation 357 m (1,171 ft)
Population (31 October 2013)
 • Total 3,319
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC)
Postal code 47895

Domagnano is a municipality in San Marino. It has 3,319 inhabitants (October 2013) in an area of 6.62 km².

Contents

  • Geography 1
  • History 2
  • Demographic evolution 3
  • Parishes 4
  • References 5

Geography

It borders the San Marino municipalities Serravalle and the Italian municipality Coriano.

History

Domagnano, previously known as Montelupo (mountain of wolves) after its coat of arms, was already colonized by Roman times and was first mentioned in c. 1300. It is located on Monte Titano and you can see the Adriatic Sea from here. The so-called Domagnano Treasure was found in the castle here in the late nineteenth century. It is now split between a number of museums, but the largest portions of the treasure are kept at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg and the British Museum. [1]
Gold jewellery from the Domagnano Treasure in the British Museum

Demographic evolution

Parishes

Domagnano has got 5 parishes (curazie):

References

  1. ^ British Museum Highlights [1]

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