The obverse of the 20 and 50 Euro coins depicts the coat of arms of the Republic of San Marino, encircled by the inscription “REPUBBLICA DI SAN MARINO”; in the lower part the artist’s name “A. NAPOLIONE”. The reverse of the 50 Euro coin shows a particular of the Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Domagnano, placed beside the characteristic rose window. Above to the left, the coat of arms of the Castle of Domagnano, the value “50 EURO” and “R”, acronym of Rome, symbol of the Italian Mint; to the centre, vertically, the designer’s name “U. PERNAZZA”; above, arched, the inscription “CASTELLO DI DOMAGNANO” and the year of issue “2014”. The reverse of the 20 Euro coin depicts a representation of the new fountain of Acquaviva, whose name comes from a spring of spouting water at the foot of Mount Cerreto. Above, the coat of arms of the Castle of Acquaviva; in exergue, the inscription “FONTANA DI ACQUAVIVA”, the value “20 EURO” and the artist’s name “U. PERNAZZA”; above, arched, the caption “CASTELLO DI ACQUAVIVA” and the year of issue “2014”; to the left, “R”, acronym of Rome, symbol of the Italian Mint.