Pisa is a city of ancient origins; it was a Roman naval base and in the Middle Ages a powerful Maritime Republic. It stands on the plain of the Arno, which crosses the city dividing it into the “Tramontana” and “Mezzogiorno”. “The Luminaria sui Lungarni” ( a spectacular light and firework show) and the “Historical Regatta” characterize the feast of the patron saint, Saint Rainerius, in June.
An identity card valid for leaving the country allows entry into European Union countries. However, please note that there have been reports of difficulties in some countries with the recognition of renewed and stamped paper identity cards, as well as the refusal of electronic ID cards renewed with a certificate issued by the municipality.
An ordinary passport is valid for all countries whose governments are recognized by the Italian one, except for any legal restrictions, and can be obtained by all citizens of the Republic. A passport is issued (and renewed) by the police and abroad, by diplomatic and consular representatives. It is valid for 10 years, but in some cases provided for by current legislation, this validity may be shortened.
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