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Arco di Augusto
Ponte di Tiberio
Rimini is a city located in eastern Italy in the Emilia Romagna region. Situated on the Adriatic and Fiume Marecchia River, was founded by the Romans under the name of Ariminum. With some importance in the Roman Empire still retains remnants of its glory. The city was founded in the year 268 B.C.
N 44º 03' 33''
E 12º 34' 07''
Templo Malatestiano is a Franciscan church built and enlarged by Sigismondo Malatesta between 1446 and 1460, whose works remained unfinished. The exterior was created by Leon Battista Alberti. Inside we can find sculptures of Agostino di Duccio, a table with a crucifix painted by Giotto and an altarpiece by Giorgio Vasari. Since 1809 is the cathedral of Rimini although later it was awarded with the title of Basilica.
Tiberius Bridge construction started in 14 BC and it was completed in the year 21 A.D. under mandated of Tiberio who gave it its name. It was built with stone from Istria as the Arch of Augustus. The bridge consists of five arches. From the bridge started two Roman roads, the Via Emilia to Piacenza and Via Popilia to Ravenna.
The Sismondo Castle was begun in 1437 ending in 1446 by order of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, who named the castle. The ramparts and moats were destroyed in 1826 but the interior still intact. It was used as a prison until 1967 and the building is considered the masterpiece of Malatesta military architecture.
The Arch of Augustus is an honorary urban door, dedicated to Caesar Augustus, built in 27 BC with Istrian stone by order of the Roman Senate, in order to commemorate the restoration of the Via Flaminia in Rome that begins and ends in Rimini.
The Church of San Giuliano was known from the late ninth century as a Benedictine church. In the sixteenth century it was rebuilt almost completely. Inside the church we can find a large altarpiece by Paolo Varonese 1588 and also a diptych by the painter Bittino da Faenza of the 1409.
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