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  • 1 Tempio Malatestiano Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Via IV Novembre 35 I - 47900 Rimini

    Sigismondo Malatesta commissioned Leon Battista Alberti to transform this church in 1447. He built an Antique-style temple to celebrate the glory of the dynasty and serve as their mausoleum. In addition to exquisitely allegorical decoration by Agosti..

  • 2 Rimini Town Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Via del Museo della Città 1 I - 47900 Rimini

    Besides the archaeological objects obtained from digs in Ariminum (Rimini in Roman times), you can see a large collection of works from 14-19C, including wood paintings, a crucifix from the Rimini school, a Pietà by Giovanni Bellini (a representation..

  • 3 Arch of Augustus

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Piazzale Giulio Cesare I - 47900 Rimini

    Built in 27 BC in honour of Augustus, who had restored Via Flaminia (of which it is the entrance), this majestic arch became the main gateway into Rimini. Up until 1935 it was framed by two towers that were part of the ramparts of the Roman city of A..

  • 4 Tiberius Bridge (Ponte di Tiberio)

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Ponte di Tiberio I - 47900 Rimini

    The bridge comprised of massive blocks of Istrian limestone was begun under Augustus and completed under Tiberius in AD21.

  • 5 Place Cavour

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza Cavour I - 47900 Rimini

    Piazza Cavour is bordered by the town hall, palazzo dell'Arengo (or Assembly palace), palace of the Podestà, (all of which date from the 13 to 14C, although most have been remodelled many times over the years) and the Teatro Galli, inaugurated by Giu..

  • 6 Saint-Augustin Church (S. Agostino)

    Religious buildings

    Via Cairoli I - 47900 Rimini

    Beyond the Gothic exterior, the apse and chapel of the bell tower of the Baroque interior reveal some fine examples of the 14C Rimini school.

  • 7 Sigismond Castle (Castel Sismondo)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza Malatesta I - 47900 Rimini

    Sigismond I Malatesta (1417-1468), who had this austere château built, with the help of architect Filippo Brunelleschi, governed with a somewhat heartless fashion and without scrupules nevertheless conducted himself like a true patron in attracting P..

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