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Funivia di San Marino

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Funivia di San Marino
Funivia di San Marino

The Funivia di San Marino (in English: "Ropeway") is an aerial cable car in San Marino. The cable car runs from a lower terminus in Borgo Maggiore to the upper station in the City of San Marino.[1]

Established in 1959 and modernized twice, the first in the 1990s and the second in 2017, it is one of the most used means of transport to reach the capital, especially by tourists and workers.[citation needed] It is managed by the State Company for Public Services.

Technical data

  • Length: 338 m[citation needed]
  • Difference in altitude: 166 m
  • Speed: 6 m/s
  • Maximum capacity: 50 + 1 people per cabin
  • Maximum capacity: 1,200 people per hour
  • Traction power: 180 kW

See also

References

  1. ^ "Ropeway". San Marino Site. Retrieved 13 July 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

Coordinates: 43°56′25″N 12°26′44″E / 43.9404°N 12.4455°E / 43.9404; 12.4455

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