Rimini – Past and Present – Things to do and See

Rimini – The capital of the Romagna region is located at the south tip of the Padana flat area, surrounded by hills and beautiful sandy beaches.

Rimini Weekly Markets

Wednesday and Saturdays. Great bargains to be had.

Rimini, the Home Town of Federico Fellini

Federico Fellini, (January 20, 1920 – October 31, 1993) was the most important Italian film director.

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Urbania is famous for the „Church of the Dead“, as it is seen in National Geographic.

Croazia 2 Hours By Boat

2 Hours Fast Service by Boat. Rimini-Losinj (Croazia)
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Gothic Line 18km

Offensive of the Gothic Line. The Battle of Rimini decides the future of the Balkans and of Europe.
Italy, Aug.-Sept. 1944
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FIM MotoGP – WORLD Championship Grand Prix

G.P. Di SAN MARINO e della Riviera di Rimini.
At the Santamonica Race Circuit. Rimini
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Tavullia 24Km

The home town of 9 time world motor bike champion – Valentino Rossi.

San Leo 30Km

Die Festung von Cagliostro in San Leo.

Gradara 22km

Das Schloss von Paolo und Francesca in Gradara

Republik San Marino 22Km

San Marino ist die kleinste und älteste Republik der Welt.
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Urbino 35Km

Urbino, die zauberhafte Stadt von Raffaello.
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Ravenna 60Km

Famous for Christian and Byzantine mosaics that adorn its churches and monuments (8 of which are Unesco World Heritage sites). Its mosaics described by Dante in his DIVINE COMEDY as a symphony of colour, are matched only by those of Istanbul (Lonely Planet).
Dante come to live in Ravenna until his death in 1321. Much of the Divine Comedy was written here until his death. The church of San Francesco (Chiesa di San Francesco) is home to tomb (tomba di Dante).
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