Seborga
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226 ulasan
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Laura L
Antwerpen, Belgia53 kontribusi
Sep 2020
Worth a visit. Old fortified city. It's nice to wander through the alleyways, if that is your thing! A few nice restaurants. The have this quaint story where they have their own flag, are trying to become independant, and have a princess!
Ditulis pada 30 September 2020
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Ricardo B
Miami, FL2.968 kontribusi
Jun 2018 • Sendiri
I find some of things you find when you travel are so strange to be true. Here we have a small village in top of the hill called Seborga that claims they are a principality (similar to Monaco) and they are independent of Italy, the only problem is that they are the only ones that recognise this fact. But when you enter the city certainly it feels like you are in a medieval independent principality. They have even paint their own borders with false border controls. Nevertheless it is a great visit to a great surreal place
Ditulis pada 15 Juli 2018
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VadSid
Kyiv, Ukraina529 kontribusi
Mar 2016 • Teman
What an amazing story behind the Principality of Seborga. It would not be overstatement to say that it's independence of Italy is not being taken seriously apart of somewhat 300 residents. It is worth to google the history of Seborga and why it had the right to claim its independence. But besides a certain surrealism it is a nice place to come over for a visit. Couple hours is probably maximum you would need unless you decide to sit down for a meal. And this is a good reason on its own to come over.
Ditulis pada 10 Mei 2016
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Cogno
Arizona309 kontribusi
Sep 2015 • Teman
Go back in time.
Pope Gregory declared Seborga a Principality of the Holy Roman Empire in 1079 -- it is protected by the Holy See -- thus, it is not a part of Italy, although they pay taxes to Italy.
Seborga has an interesting history, but for me it was what took place in the middle ages. This was a sacred place of the Cathars, who buried their High Priests here. San Bernard of Clairvaux arrived here in 1117 in order to protect "the Great Secret." In 1118 the first 9 knights of the Poor Army of Christ (later Knights Templar) were ordained here.
In 1129, St. Bernard ordained the 1st Grand Master of the Templars, Hugues de Payens. On the same day, St. Bernard and the Great Bishop of the Cathars took a vow of silence to safeguard "the Great Secret."
Among the first 22 Grand Masters of the Knights Templar, 15 were elected Princes of Seborga. Templars returning from Jerusalem would arrive in Seborga with relics from the Temple of King Solomon.
Some of this history may have been fabricated over the years; but nevertheless, Seborga is a fascinating medieval village worth a visit.
Ditulis pada 1 Oktober 2015
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cowsheep
Wettswil, Swiss185 kontribusi
Seborga is a town pretending to me a principality, but it's not. I'm not saying it's a tourist trap, but in the end there's very little to see. I passed through it whilst mountain-biking in the area hence my title. If you happen to drive past it, surely take half an hour to walk through it, but don't make this your primary destination of the day.
Ditulis pada 14 September 2014
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Ros H
Melbourne36 kontribusi
Jun 2014 • Pasangan
This is a beautiful town in the hills above the Italian riviera. An easy drive compared to some the hillside towns. Interesting history, an independent sovereign status. Not too touristy, well kept, easy to walk around and lovely friendly locals. Good food especially the rabbit restaurant ( coniglio )
Beautiful view, well worth a visit
Ditulis pada 20 Juni 2014
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solupred
Nice, Prancis83 kontribusi
Okt 2013 • Keluarga
A pretty village with an interesting story. A pleasant place to wander around especially if you've been to the market in Bordighera on Thursday morning, this makes an easy inland excursion after lunch just for a couple of hours.
Ditulis pada 5 November 2013
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CarstenDK
Copenhagen, Denmark119 kontribusi
Jul 2013 • Keluarga
The tiny, but scenic village of Seborga (30 minutes from Nice/Monaco/Sanremo) was an independent fiefdom for 800+ years but is still insisting on it sovereign status (at least that's what they will tell you). The setting is beautiful and the views of the hills and the Mediterranean will leave you breathless. Fascinating old houses and great restaurants too - and we saw no tourists (in July!). Not be be missed if you are in the neighborhood.
Ditulis pada 11 Juli 2013
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