Domagnano has 3.265 inhabitants and an extension of 6,62 km². It’s divided into 3 curazie (fractions): Domagnano, Fiorina and Torraccia. Its borders are: Faetano, Borgo Maggiore and Serravalle and the italian municipality of Coriano (RN).
Roman ruins, coins and jewelry, found on its territory more than a century ago, testify that the castle of Domagnano was already inhabited since Roman time. In fact, its name comes from the Latin: from “Domenianus” (translated into “master fund”) or Omagnano, reminiscent of the “locksmiths”, those who worked metals.
In Torraccia di Domagnano, on Monte Lupo, stands the ancient fortress of Malatesta, already observation tower of the Longobard, passed in San Marino in 1463.
Municipality Hall: Casa del Castello di Domagnano, via Giosuè Carducci n.11, tel. 0549.883450.