Urbino is a cultural and artistic site of great importance: it is located in the province of Pesaro Urbino. The origin of its historical center dates back also to the Goths and a prominent figure was Federico da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino who lived between 1444 and 1482, a great friend also of the Republic of San Marino, which in addition on one occasion he offered protection to the small republic, also using its own militias. Urbino is the cradle of the Italian Renaissance, followed by the most important cities of Florence, which developed even more its artistic content.
The Palazzo Ducale, with its exhibitions and exhibitions is the most important attraction along with the Duomo. A view of Urbino from the top of the Belvedere can not miss in any photographic memory.