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Seborga, Seborga
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  • Visited this location early December 2016 thinking, how he had felt several times on Tv, to find an ancient country, interesting, full of things such as coins, stamps, books, history in General. None of this. All closed! a bleak picture. This is my personal opinion and impression and would not go absolutely.
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  • We left San Remo to visit as the first leg daily this small village (oops) Principality, inhabited by ben 320 souls! Just before the settlement a brakeman on the right we're crossing the boundary between Italy and announces that Seborga. It's a State, not recognized by Italy nor by any international community. The charm of its history is still the subject of discussion and interest from researchers and historians engaged in interpreting the meaning of its primitive name. "Castrum Sepulchri" which first appeared a few decades before the year 1000 in the deed of donation of the country by count Guido di Ventimiglia to a community of Benedictine monks. Over time the monks expanded the territory by increasing their property, donations, so much so that in the second half of 1600 decided to open a Mint to Mint its own currency, the Luigino, destined to Commerce with the Eastern markets. Brand activity lasted about two decades later was closed and the monks were forced to sell the country that, after years of negotiations, would be purchased by the Savoys and from then on will follow the historical phases. Despite not having any recognition, however, the Principality of Seborga has its own Government, it was in 1963 that a seborga, called Prince George I, having spent most of his time looking for historical documents on Seborga, stated that actually the deed was not recorded anywhere and claimed then to Seborga Principality status. Licenses and passports are printed in the Principality, and coined a coin-Numismatic purposes only, which is called luigino, worth about 6 euros per return. Beyond the history the village is worth a visit
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  • This medieval village deserves because since Bordigera, the road climbs strongly with sacred laces. Located in altitude, it's a bit chilly in early November. And you pass the gate, you in the Principality. Clearly the suburbs resemble any areas south of the France or the Italy. Arriving to the old village, small parking lots are available. At this time of the year, the tourist is rare and we could enjoy the well-kept village. The central square in under renovation. A refrigerated fountain distributed water against a few eurocents. Practice. Many shops and stores were closed in this 1 St November. Too bad. But this village is typical far from gilding and GIGANTISM of Monaco. He must venture into the streets, discover the small church square, and flourish in front of the bird's eye view of the Mediterranean. To do if you're in the area.
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