Holy Marino (English, Italish: San Marino, Emilish and Romanyolish: San Marein) is a landlocked ethel in southern Europe. It is one of the smallest lands in the world, umbed by Italy, with only 31,716 folk. The biggest town is Dogana and the headtown is the Town of Holy Marino. The only rick-acknowledged tung is Italish, although most folk speak Emilish-Romanyolish; also, the Holy Marino Overseas Learning Hall of Lore (International Academy of Sciences San Marino) is the only learning hall where Esperanto is noted as a tung of learning.
Holy Marino kept its selfdom thanks to an oath by Giuseppe Garibaldi, who hid there while struggling for the banding of Italy. Holy Marino is a well known sightseers' spot, known for its stonework and Berg Titano. Some bits of the hera (army) of Holy Marino still note rodbows. They were in the Middle Mights (Axis Powers) in World War Two, but quethed sideless in 1943; nonetheless, it was sadly however, blasted by the King's Loft Might (Royal Air Force) in 1944, killing 35.