9 Sights in Rimini, Italy (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Rimini, 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 9 sights are available in Rimini, Italy.

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1. Tempio Malatestiano

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The Malatesta temple, usually indicated by citizens such as the Duomo and since 1809 which has become a cathedral with the title of Santa Colomba, is the main Catholic place of cult of Rimini. Renewed completely under the lordship of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, with the contribution of artists such as Leon Battista Alberti, Matteo de 'Meals, Agostino di Duccio and Piero della Francesca, is although incomplete, the key work of the Rimini Renaissance and one of the most significant architectures of the Italian fifteenth century in general.

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2. Ponte di Tiberio

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Ponte di Tiberio Heiko Trurnit / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Bridge of Tiberius or Bridge of Augustus is a Roman bridge in Rimini, Italy. The bridge features five semicircular arches made of white Istrian stone with an average span length of ca. 8 m. Above the arches lied niches framed with pilasters carrying entablatures and pediments. They were framed on the arch bridge's walls. Modillions supported cornices were covered by a coping at the top. An inscription commemorating the construction of the bridges was located near the coping. Construction work started during Augustus' reign and was finished under his successor Tiberius in 20 AD; an inscription thus calls the structure as "given by both emperors". The bridge was the only crossing of the Marecchia not destroyed by the retreating German army during the Battle of Rimini as it was judged militarily pointless. The bridge is still open to pedestrian and vehicular traffic, with the exception of heavy goods vehicles.

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3. Anfiteatro Romano

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Anfiteatro Romano Georges Jansoone (JoJan) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Roman amphitheater in Rimini was built in the 2nd century AD. Mainly used for gladiator performances. Ariminum, formerly located on the northern border of the Roman Republic, already has a theatre and the famous Tiberius Bridge, and the amphitheater marks another step forward in the city's "hierarchy". The city of Ariminum, formerly located on the northern border of the Roman Republic, already has a theatre and the famous Tiberius Bridge, and the "rank" of Ariminum has enriched the "rank" of Ariminum, which has enriched the "rank" of Ariminum. According to the tradition of this kind of building, the amphitheater is built on the periphery of the city. In this case, the opportunity to be close to the sea is used to express a more spectacular emotion.

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4. Domus del chirurgo

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The surgeon's domus is a Roman home in the second half of the second century, discovered in 1989 in Rimini in Piazza Luigi Ferrari, and open to the public on 7 December 2007; Here have been found mosaics, frescoes and finds, including one of the most complete series of Roman surgical tools, kept at the Museum of the city of Rimini. The archaeological site of the surgeon's domus also highlights subsequent archaeological stratigraphies, including walls of imperial age, a palatial home and part of an early medieval Byzantine house.

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5. Arco d'Augusto

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The Arch of Augustus is a gate in the former city wall of Rimini, Italy. The arch was dedicated to the Emperor Augustus by the Roman Senate in 27 BC and is one of the oldest Roman arches which survives to this day. It signaled the end of the via Flaminia, which connected the cities of Romagna to Rome, and spans the modern Corso d'Augusto, which led to the beginning of another road, the via Emilia, which ran northwest to Piacenza.

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6. Museo della città di Rimini Luigi Tonini

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The Museo della Città is the civic museum located in the former Jesuit convent on Via Luigi Tonini #1 of the city of Rimini, in the region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. It rises adjacent to Chiesa del Suffragio, and a modern structure built to enclose the ruins of an ancient Roman Domus, or house.

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7. Parco Federico Fellini

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Rimini has a large system of public green, with 1.3 million square meters of parks and gardens in the urban area (9.4 m²/AB) and a total of 3.2 million square meters of green areas in the entire territory municipal, including river parks, sports facilities and naturalistic areas.

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8. Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Servi

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The church of Santa Maria dei Servi, officially church of Santa Maria in Corte, is a Catholic church of Rimini. The name of Santa Maria dei Servi is due to the servants of Mary, who built the church in the fourteenth century.

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9. Chiesa di San Bernardino

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San Bernardino or San Bernardino da Siena is a Baroque-style Roman Catholic church located in vicolo San Bernardino #26 in Rimini, Italy. The church and adjacent convent are now affiliated with Clarissan Order nuns.

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