Cities in SAN MARINO
|Città di san marino|
Geography and Landscape
San Marino Satellite PhotoPhoto: Public domain
The landscape of San Marino is hilly and runs from the plain at 55 m up to the summit of Monte Titano at 756 m..
Monte Titano, highest mountain in San MarinoPhoto: Nickel Chromo in thr public domain
Climate and Weather
San Marino has a Mediterranean climate with cool mild winters and warm hot summers. The annual average temperature is 16°C.
Plants and Animals
Cyclamen, national flower of San MarinoPhoto: Woggly CC 3.0 no changes made
In San Marino, there are many (wild) flowers and plants. Among others, there are wild varieties of orchids, irises, hyacinths and cyclamen, the national flower of San Marino. Common trees are beech, cypress, pine, oak, maple, elm, chestnut and poplars.
Nightingale, San MarinoPhoto: Insecta62 CC 2.0 no changes made
Despite the fact that San Marino is a very small state, there are several species of animals. Mammals include badger, hedgehog, hare, horse, cattle, sheep, pig, fox and weasel. Birds include the owl, falcon, eagle, nightingale, cuckoo and golden oriole.
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