The Principality of Seborga is 14 km2 located in the northwestern Italian Province of Imperia in Liguria, near the French border, and about 35km (23mi) from Monaco.
Articles of interest in San Remo
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Pigna is the name of rione IX of Rome. The name means "pine cone" in Italian, and the symbol for the rione is the colossal bronze pine cone, the Pigna, which once decorated a fountain in Ancient Rome next to a vast Temple of Isis. There water flowed…
Ventimiglia railway station (Italian: Stazione di Ventimiglia) is the main station of the Italian city of Ventimiglia. It is at the end of three rail routes: the Genoa–Ventimiglia line, the Cuneo–Ventimiglia line and the Marseille–Ventimiglia line. …
The Giardini Botanici Hanbury (18 hectares), also known as Villa Hanbury, are major botanical gardens operated by the University of Genoa.
Bussana Vecchia is a former ghost town in Liguria, Italy. Abandoned due to an earthquake in 1887, it was renovated and repopulated by an international community of artists in the early 1960s.
Sanremo railway station is situated in the Italian city of Sanremo.
The Poggio di San Remo is a hill in Italy, near San Remo.
The Roya (French), Roia (Italian), or Ròia (Brigasc, Occitan) is a 59-kilometre (37 mi) river of France and Italy.
The Ariston Theatre (Italian: Teatro Ariston) is a movie theatre in the Sanremo, Italy.
The Bévéra (in French) or Bevera (in Italian) (Beura in Occitan and Ligurian) is a river of southeastern France and northwestern Italy. Its source is in the Maritime Alps, near Moulinet in the French Alpes-Maritimes department. It flows generally so…
The Argentina is an Italian river in the province of Imperia. Its source is near the French border.
Capo dell'Arma Lighthouse (Italian: Faro di Capo dell'Arma) is a lighthouse in northwestern Italy. It is located on a cape near the village of Bussana in the comune of Sanremo, in the province of Imperia.