The Republic of San Marino is the smallest independent state in the world. Its territory,irregular ring-shaped, covers an area of 60.57 square km. The rough limestone relief ofMount Titano (750 m above sea level) dominates the top of the hill where stands theRepublic.The city of San Marino, the capital, comes lightly on the slope facing the southwest.San Marino's eight famous castles are scattered in the area surrounding Mt. These castles are governed by the relevant administrative councils, called Castello di Giunte(Castilla). The chairman of these boards have the right to the title of "Capitano diCastello" (Captain Castillo).The territory, therefore, is divided into nine administrative districts: San Marino,Acquaviva, Borgo Maggiore, Chiesanuova, Domagnano, Faetano, Fiorentino,Montegiardino and Serravalle.The Republic of San Marino is located in the heart of Italy between the regions "Marche"and "Romagna", a few tens of kilometers from the coastal town of Rimini. A smoothmodern highway linking San Marino Rimini.The cordial and peaceful character identifies its 30,000 inhabitants. The official language is Italian, religion, Catholic, and the currency, the Euro of San Marino.
La República de San Marino es el Estado Independiente más pequeño del mundo. Su territorio, con forma de cuadrilátero irregular, ocupa una extensión de 60,57 km cuadrados. El áspero relieve calcáreo del Monte Titano (750 metros sobre el nivel del mar) domina la parte superior de la colina donde está situada la República.
La ciudad de San Marino, la capital, surge suavemente sobre la pendiente orientada hacia el sudoeste.
Los ocho famosos castillos sanmarinenses aparecen dispersos en el campo que rodea el Monte. Estos castillos se rigen administrativamente por los correspondientes consejos, las llamadas "Giunte di Castello" (Juntas de Castillo). El presidente de estas juntas tienen derecho al título de "Capitano di Castello" (Capitán de Castillo).
El territorio, por lo tanto, está subdividido en nueve circunscripciones administrativas: San Marino, Acquaviva, Borgo Maggiore, Chiesanuova, Domagnano, Faetano, Fiorentino, Montegiardino y Serravalle.
La República de San Marino está situada en el corazón de Italia: entre las regiones "Marche" y "Romagna", a pocas decenas de kilómetros de la ciudad costera de Rímini. Una moderna y fluida autopista une San Marino con Rímini.
El caracter cordial y pacífico identifica a sus 30.000 habitantes. La lengua oficial es el italiano; la religión, la católica; la moneda, el Euro de San Marino.
The Andalusia Technology Park (in Spanish: Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía, PTA) is a place of technological companies based in Campanillas (Málaga, Spain). It had an inauguration in December 1992 with only eight business and 130 workers with the objective to create a new business complex in the city. Currently this complex is one of the most important economical engine of the province of Málaga. Most of the companies are focused in IT, telecommunications and I+D centers.
The Málaga metropolitan area includes additional municipalities located mostly in the mountains area north of the coast and also some on the coast: Cártama, Pizarra, Coín, Monda, Ojén, Alhaurín el Grande and Estepona on west; Casabermeja on north; Totalán, Algarrobo, Torrox and Vélez-Málaga eastward from Málaga. Municipalities of the metropolitan area are connected to the road network (including motorways) with the urban area and Málaga city (the urban area can be reached by car in 20 minutes and Málaga city in 45 minutes). Sometimes the metropolitan area includes other municipalities where Málaga's public transportation network extends - establishment Consorcio de Transporte Metropolitano del Área de Málaga (en: Consortium of Transportation of Málaga Metropolitan Area). to 1.5 million) people live in the Málaga metropolitan area and the number grows every year because all the municipalities and cities of the area record an annual increase in population. precipitation days (≥ 1 mm) The old historic center of Málaga reaches the harbour to the south and is surrounded by mountains to the north- Montes de Málaga (part of Baetic Cordillera), lying in the southern base of the Axarquía hills, and two rivers, the Guadalmedina - the historic center is located on its left bank - and the Guadalhorce, which flows west of the city into the Mediterranean.
In line with the city's strategic plan, the campaign "Málaga: Open for Business" is directed towards the international promotion of the city on all levels but fundamentally on a business level. Honours: Spanish Championship: 2006, runner-up: 1995, 2002; Spanish Cup: 2005, runner-up: 2009; Spanish Super-Cup: runner-up: 2006; Korać Cup: 2001, runner-up: 2000; Euroleague: third place: 2007 Club Atlético Málaga - women's football club plays in Superliga Femenina, Honours: Spain Cup: 1998, runner-up: 1997; Spain Supercup: 1999 The city has four large sports facilities: Estadio La Rosaleda - football stadium, with a capacity of 28,963. It is home of CB Málaga and arena of Spanish Cup 2001, 2007; Spanish Super-Cup 2004, 2006; Estadio de Atletismo Ciudad de Málaga - atletico stadium, with a capacity of 7,500. For more than 500 years, Holy Week of Málaga has been constantly present in the religious and popular feeling of people from Málaga. The airport, connected to the Costa del Sol, has a daily link with twenty cities in Spain and over a hundred cities in Europe (mainly in United Kingdom, Central Europe and the Nordic countries but also the main cities of Eastern Europe: Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Budapest, Sofia, Warsaw, Riga or Bucharest), North Africa, Middle East ( Riyadh, Jeddah and Kuwait) and Northern America ( New York, Toronto and Montreal).
Cesenatico is a port town of about 20,000 people on the Adriatic coast of Italy. Cesenatico's existing port canal was surveyed and drawn by Leonardo da Vinci at the request of Cesare Borgia as part of his plans to fortify the nearby town of Cesena. Cesenatico is home to the Marine Museum (Museo della Marineria), where historic fishing boats are displayed in the sea. Cesenatico hosts every year the final stage of the Italian Mathematics Olympiad, a mathematical battle of wits between the best 300 high school students in Italy. In the year 2010 Cesenatico will play host to the Tug of War World Indoor Championships.
Participants from over thirty countries worldwide will converge on the town to determine who are the best pullers in February of that year. Cesenatico holds the Annual Nove Colli Cycling Road event across nine of the Apennine foothills in May of each year. (other events associated include the Nove Colli Off Road and Junior Event in September each year). Takes Place July/August each year.