|Antique views of San Marino from the west (top) and east|
|Salita alla Rocca in San Marino|
|Typical shops. Dozens of handbag stores...|
|...and dozens more jewelry and trinket shops.|
|More shops, but nice landscaping.|
|Nice toy soldiers representing San Marino's traditional uniforms.|
|Realistic weapon replicas.|
Very popular purchases...
|The hall of the Great and General Council of San Marino|
|The First Tower, Guaita|
|Battlements and yard of first tower, with second tower in the distance.|
|Looking east toward Rimini from tower one. |
Foreground includes the lower slopes of San Marino.
|The Second Tower, Cesta, from Tower One with the wooded path between them.|
|Danger of Falling—but we won't stop you...|
|The Second Tower, taken from a battlement walkway 15' off the ground and without railings.|
Pericolo di caduta, verimente.
|A few of the hundreds of ancient weapons in the museum in Tower Two.|
These are 16th c. German. The center sword has a slide-out handle to
convert from one-hand (on horse) to two-handed use.
|The First Tower by night.|
|Medieval entertainments in the castle yard.|
|Looking toward the Adriatic from the Torre Guaita.|
|Early morning quiet.|
Note the battlement walkway at upper right.
|The Third Tower, Montale.|
|The only door is 30 feet up the wall of Montale.|
Yes, that's a tree growing out of the wall.