Tag Archives: Study in San Marino

Top 10 Smallest Countries in the World

There are no fewer than 196 countries around the world. Some of them are unprecedentedly large, but there are also countless small countries to be found. These countries are all smaller than 400 square kilometers, while the Netherlands has a size of more than 41,000 square kilometers. Are you curious which countries have this cozy format? You can read it… Read More »

10 Countries With No Army

Almost all countries in the world have armed forces. The main tasks of the armed forces are to defend the country and provide assistance in emergency situations. The armies are also often deployed in foreign missions for various reasons. Check ethnicityology for list of poorest countries in the world. The Netherlands has an armed force that was established… Read More »

Top 10 Smallest Countries in Europe

Europe is a beautiful continent with 51 different countries. Where large countries such as Spain, France and Italy are known to everyone, there are also a number of smaller countries in Europe. Here you will discover the top 10 smallest countries in Europe. Check aparentingblog for list of Europe’s largest countries by population. 10. Montenegro – 13,812 square… Read More »

San Marino Culture of Business

Culture of business dealings Subchapters: Introduction Addressing Business Meeting Communication Recommendations Public Holidays Introduction Brief introduction – 3-5 sentences In the individual parts, the answer to the questions can be based on the culture card processed for seminars and for delegations. Programingplease: Yearbook 2010 of nation San Marino, including population, politics, and abbreviations. Addressing How… Read More »

San Marino Basic Information

Basic information about the territory Subchapters: System of governance and political tendencies in the country Foreign policy of the country Population The system of governance and political tendencies in the country The Republic of San Marino is a parliamentary democracy and probably the oldest republic in the world. The process of San Marino’s independence gradually… Read More »

San Marino Brief History

A drive of just over 600 kilometers gave me the opportunity to visit San Marino, my 108th country, as well as visits to several fantastic world heritage sites in the Italian cities of Ferrara and Ravenna and to have the city of Rimini as my base for further exploration of other cultural heritage in the… Read More »