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Discover 20 places to see in Rimini

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Arco di Augusto

The Arco di Augusto in Rimini was consecrated Emperor Augustus by the Roman Senate in 27 BC. It is the oldest remaining Roman arch.

Along with the bridge of Tiberius, is today one of the symbols of Rimini, much to appear on the coat of arms of the city.

Above the arch opening is the snout of a bull, representing the strength and power of Rome, compared to that of a bull. The Arch of Augustus is depicted the goddess Roma.


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Duomo (Piazza Cavour)

The Malatesta Temple, usually indicated by citizens like the Duomo and from 1809 rededicated as St. Columba Cathedral basilica, is the main church of Rimini. Completely renovated under the rule of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, with contributions from artists such as Leon Battista Alberti, Matteo de ' Pasti, Agostino di Duccio and Piero della Francesca, is, although incomplete, the key work of the Renaissance of Rimini and one of the most significant Italian delQuattrocento architectures in General.

Behind the altar is the great crucifix of Giotto's Rimini.


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Museum of looks. Ethnographic collections of Rimini

Dedicated to ethnological and archaeological cultures of Africa, Oceania and pre-Columbian America, the museum looks, is one of the most significant collections of Europe. Opened in 1972 as a Museum of Primitive Arts. Dinz Rialto collection, in homage to its founder, was hosted in Castel Sismondo until 2000 and then staged at Villa Alvarado, former Missionary delle Grazie Museum, with the Museum of looks. Ethnographic collections of Rimini for the scientific direction of Marc Augé. The "looks" are those Westerners who, from the first meeting until today, variously viewed at "other cultures". I


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Piazza Malatesta

Of medieval origins, he joined Piazza Cavour until the 17th century, when the building of the "ovens", later replaced by the Teatro comunale, closed on the north side. Piazza Malatesta was the square of the Cathedral and Castle, and was then the center of religious and civil power at the same time.

Much of the square was formerly occupied by the huge moat of Castel Sismondo, basement and filled in the 19th century.


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Tiberius bridge

The bridge of Augustus and Tiberius, commonly known as the bridge of Tiberius, Rimini was built during the time of ancient Rome.

The Devil's bridge

The presence of two similar notches foot footprint goats, on the balustrade post side, helped spread the legend of a "Devil's bridge". The legend was reinforced by the extreme strength of the bridge is preserved despite centuries wars.


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St. Augustine Church

The Church of St. Augustine is one of the most imposing of the city (especially for its soaring Bell Tower), and still preserves part of the precious frescoes of the Rimini school adorned before renovations of the 17th century) and who testified the religious and cultural importance.


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Tiberius

The Arengo Palace (Palatium communis) is a majestic building in Romanesque-Gothic style in Rimini, located in piazza Cavour.
The large Loggia on the ground floor is set to powerful colonnades supporting lying pointed arches; on the first floor there is a large room with Windows to polifora. The building is equipped with a Bell Tower, originally used as a place of detention.


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Cathedral Treasury

Opened in 1993, is based in the Octagonal Room built recently next to the Malatesta Temple, a monumental building designed by Leon Battista Alberti, one of the leading Italian Renaissance masterpieces. In the Windows are kept the sacred finest silverware of the Cathedral, about 70 pieces between chalices, ciboria, monstrances, reliquaries, vestments, furniture, paintings and sculptures. Of particular interest are some illuminated manuscripts, a 13th-century bas-relief and reliquaries of the 14th and 15th centuries.


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