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|Form of government||Unitary Parliamentary Republic|
|Size in km²||60|
|Year of construction||1894|
|Architect||Francesco Azzurri (IT)|
The Palazzo Pubblico (Italian: Public Palace) is the town hall of the City of San Marino as well as its official Government Building. The building, where official State ceremonies take place, is the seat of the Republic's main institutional and administrative bodies: the Captains Regent, the Grand and General Council, the Council of XII, and the Congress of State.
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Erected in the 19th century, the Palazzo Pubblico, which is home to the unicameral parliament of San Marino, the "Consiglio Grande e Generale", is reminiscent of the defensive architecture of Florence's Palazzo Vecchio, the latter having been at the centre of world power for centuries. The parliament of this tiny landlocked country re-elects its heads of state every six months.
Facts & Figures
|Members of parliament||60||GPD per capita in PPP in US$||62.000|
|Number of women||10||HDI||/|
|Pop. per MP||530||Democracy index||/|
|CO2 total||/||CO2 per capita||/|