Here you can find interesting sights in Cesena, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Cesena, Italy.Back to the list of cities in Italy
1. Pinacoteca Comunale
The collections of the Pinacoteca Comunale di Cesena, in Cesena, Italy, contain works by:Antonio Aleotti Francesco Andreini (painter) Allegory of Charity Portrait of Cardinal Francesco Locatelli Vincenzo Baldacci Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, (Guercino) St Francis receives stigmata Giovanni Battista Bertucci the younger Giacomo Francesco Cipper, known as Todeschini Vittorio Matteo Corcos, Antonio Cardile, Bartolomeo Coda (son of Benedetto Coda Girolamo Forabosco Either Suicide by Sophonisba or Artemisia drinks the ashes of her husband Mausolo Bartolomeo Gennari Costantino Guidi Renato Guttuso Eberhart Keilhau, known as Monsù Bernardo Francesco Longhi Girolamo Marchesi da Cotignola Giuseppe Milani Bartolomeo Passerotti Portrait of young musician Enea Peroni Giovanni Battista Piazzetta Sacrifice of Iphigenia Antonio Pio Agostino Plachesi Francesco Raibolini, known as Francia Madonna and child - Presentation at temple Giovanni Battista Razzani Gasparo Sacchi Scipione Sacco Giovanni Battista Salvi, Archangel Gabriel & Virgin receiving annunciation Madonna and child Sorrowful Virgin Praying Virgin Cristoforo Serra
2. Biblioteca Malatestiana
The Malatestiana Library, also known as the Malatesta Novello Library, is a public library in the city of Cesena in northern Italy. Purpose-built from 1447 to 1452 and opened in 1454, and named after the local aristocrat Malatesta Novello, it is significant for being the first civic library in Europe, i.e. belonging to the commune rather than the church or a noble family, and open to the general public. The library was inscribed in UNESCO's Memory of the World Register in 2005.
3. Museo di scienze naturali
The Museum of Ecology is a Museum of Natural Sciences of Cesena; It is located in the Venetian loggler and in the Nuti Tower and retains a collection of the main fauna species mainly from the Savio Valley. Outside Vie is a garden that preserves different varieties of botanical species.
4. Chiesa Cattedrale di Cesena
Cesena Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saint John the Baptist in the city of Cesena, Italy. It has been the episcopal seat of the present Diocese of Cesena-Sarsina since 1986, and was previously that of the Diocese of Cesena.
5. Museo archeologico di Cesena
The Archaeological Museum of Cesena is located on the ground floor of the building on which the Malatestian library is located, it has a collection of finds from the Cesena area, from prehistory to humanism.
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