State Museum

San Marino per tutti

State Museum

Located in Pergami Belluzzi Palace Palazzo Pergami Belluzzi. Insert on Route n.2, 3 and 5.

The State Museum of San Marino was created in the second half of the nineteenth century as a result of a series of donations coming from all parts of the world, due to many admirers of the Republic and initially promoted by count Luigi Cibrario, Minister of the king Vittorio Emanuele II and plenipotentiary of the State of San Marino since the first treaty with the Kingdom of Italy (1862). The Museum is organised on four floors, each dedicated to specific artistic and historical issues. At the entrance floor are archaeological finds from San Marino, some of which are of inestimable value. On the first floor, is a compilation of works of art related to the history and myth of the Republic. On the second floor are exhibited works coming from donations, while in the basement you can see the exhibition dedicated to archeological donations and numismatics.

Accessibility of the museum

in cooperation with Village for all – V4A®

Visit the page dedicated to accessibility to find the map of distribution of the venue, the map of toilets and all the necessary information.
Dedicated page

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