Where we are ... a bit of history
Its name derives from two Latin words "Extra" and "Gallia" which indicated a vast territory outside Gaul, in the Roman period it became Strigara. The Rubicon, a historic river still disputed today, marked the border between Rome and Gaul. The Scientific Center of the Movement (C.S.M.) is located in the hilly stretch on the road that leads to the Malatesta Castle and not far from the Passo dei Meloni, an ancient road traveled by the Romei.
Strigara, located on the west of San Marino, is a terrace on the Adriatic coast, surrounded by charming villages rich in history and popular culture. The capital is Sogliano, renowned for its "Formaggio di Fossa", an ancient tradition safeguarded by the Pro Loco of Sogliano.