San Leo

San Leo is an Italian town with 2972 ​​inhabitants (as of 31 December 2015) in the province of Rimini near San Marino and near the Adriatic Sea in the Emilia-Romagna region. The districts Montefotogno, Pietracuta and Torello are located on the river Marecchia. The town was named after Bishop Leo, who arrived from across the Adriatic and died in 360 (his feast is celebrated on the 1st of August): he is said to have preached Christianity here. The lid of his stone sarcophagus is now in the cathedral.