The statue of “Lady of Liberty of San Marino” is in front of the Public Palace
The sculpture by Stefano Galletti was donated by Countess Otilia Heyroth Wagener from Berlin to the Republic in 1876 as a symbol of freedom. Carved in white Carrara marble, it represents a lady warrior with one hand stretched forward, marching proudly towards the observer. The head is a crowned with three towers, standing for the fortified city of San Marino. The Statue of Liberty is on the San Marino two-cent euro coins.