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Rimini



The city of Rimini is famous all over Europe and is still one of the most loved and sought after by tourists from Italy and abroad.


Besides the famous beach and sea-side attractions, an ancient heart is still beating in Rimini and in recent years this historic aspect has rediscovered its antique splendour, authoritatively drawing the attention of visitors looking for new cultural stimuli. From monuments dating back to Roman times (Arch of Augustus, Bridge of Tiberius, Roman Amphitheatre, the Surgeon’s House - internationally unique) to others of Mediaeval and Renaissance origins, the lover of beauty will find satisfaction. 
The thirteenth century frescos in the apse of the Church of St. Augustine and the Crucifix by Giotto are examples of mediaeval treasures left in the town by artists who stimulated the blossoming of the Arts in the Renaissance period. Thanks to the powerful Malatesta family there is the richly decorated Malatesta Temple, designed by Leon Battista Alberti and the fortress Castel Sigismondo, built by Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta. More info here.

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