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CITY MUSEUM AND SURGEON HOUSE

The building that houses the museum, next to the church built by the Jesuits between 1719 and 1740 in honor of San Francesco Saverio, was built between 1746 and 1755 on a project by architect Alfonso Torregiani (1682-1764) as a college of the Jesuits. From 1797 to 1977 it was used as a hospital, first military and then civil, suffering many functional changes. The main objective of the Museum is to 'illustrate' or 'demonstrate' the history and cultural development of the city and its territory; in fact, it aims to be a point of reference for every recovery operation of the city's historical memory, preserves and offers some important testimonies that historical events have now removed from the natural context. Indispensable testimonies, however unique for the understanding of Rimini's art and figurative culture, which in some cases go beyond the purely local interest for their great poetic as well as historical significance, and for this reason they are universally known. Since 2007 the surgeon's Domus is open to the public, a small Pompeii emerged from the darkness of the centuries in the historic heart of Rimini. Destroyed by a fire around the middle of the third century, the domus has revealed, among the rubble, structures, mosaics, plasters, furnishings a After finishing the work of positioning a glass and steel roof on the Roman Domus in order to safeguard its conservation and allow its view, the excavation area is open to the public and integrates with that of the Archaeological Section of the nearby City Museum (via Tonini 1), where the display of the materials found and a faithful reconstruction of the medical taberna bring us the testimony of the professional and private life of the surgeon of Ariminum. Fee: Full € 7 Reduced € 5, over 65 years (museum and domus) When: from Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 - 19.00 / holidays 10-19.00 closed on Mondays except holidays Where: Rimini historic center Maximum of Participants: quota access as per protocolnd accessories that offer an exceptional "photograph" of life in ancient Rimini. A surgical-pharmaceutical kit was discovered right here, which is still the richest and best preserved in the world.  

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VERUCCHIO ENTRANCE TO THE FORTRESS

Malatesta Fortress or Rocca del Sasso The monumental complex of the Rocca Malatestiana was built between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries in a large area created on the highest point of the "stone" of Verucchio, from where you can admire a splendid panorama. At the end of the 12th century, the Rocca already belonged to the Malatesta family. Here was born the "Mastin Vecchio" Malatesta da Verucchio, the great Guelph leader who conquered Rimini in 1295 and founded the homonymous Lordship. The remains of the thirteenth-century fortress with the ancient tower can still be admired today in the fifteenth-century structure commissioned by Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta of 1449. Inside you can visit the rooms with interesting and original installations, the imposing Sala Magna, (where the city theater was destroyed since the eighteenth century, destroyed during the last world war), and you can go down to the dungeons or climb to the top where you can enjoy an amazing view. The fortress represents one of the best preserved and representative examples of medieval fortified architecture, which can still be visited today in all its parts Archaeological Museum Villanoviano Set up in the Monastery of the Augustinian Fathers, whose foundation dates back to the thirteenth century, it is one of the pearls of culture and art of the Rimini hinterland. Not only the rarity but the great aesthetic refinement of the finds (which come to us from hundreds of Villanovan - Etruscan tombs dating from the X to the VI century BC) make it a museum not to be missed. From the necropolis of Verucchio, objects and furnishings unique in style and very well preserved have re-emerged. Wooden objects, containers of vegetable fibers and fabrics. Among all the finds, the wooden throne with representation of human figures is of great importance. Even the container, the Augustinian monastery, for its architecture (including the church of S. Agostino) represents a worthy setting. Fee: € 10 adults  When:From Thursday to Sunday 10 am - 6 pm Where: Verucchio center  

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FREE ENTRY TO THE VISITOR CENTER” RIMINI ROMANA”

The Visitor Center of "ARimini" is a multimedia and interactive path that will guide you to discover the city, with its treasures and beauties, and the surrounding area. Conceived with new languages and technologies, exhibition areas and information tools, "ARimini" offers you the possibility of being an active protagonist of a narration that goes through history. Start your journey, visit the four stations that tell the story of Rimini, Giulio Cesare will be your guide! The narrating stations 1. The great Julius Caesar 2. Living in Rimini 3. Rimini and the sea 4. Rimini and the heritage of the past Fee: Free admission When: every day except Monday Hours: from 1st July Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Saturday from 10pm to 1pm and from 4.30pm to 7.30pm Friday from 10am to 1pm- from 4.30pm to 7.30pm and from 8 pm to 10pm Sunday: from 9.30am to 1.30pm Where: Rimini Historical Center - C.so d'Augusto 235 Maximum Participants per visit: 2 people  

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Rimini Romana

We will rediscover the beauty of Rimini's Roman history in this night walk that will pass by the Hadrian's amphitheater, the Rimini forum, the surgeon's Domus and finally the "Galli "theater reopened after 70 long years. Fee: Adult € 15 per person (including Radio Guide) Hours: 9.00 pm When : each Wednesday til august 26 Where: Rimini old town Meeting place: Arch of Augustus Minimum of participants: 5 people

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the Magic of Cinema ant Theater

Cultural walk dedicated to the Galli Theater and Federico Fellini Focused on two key themes of the revival of Rimini on the cultural side, the route will start in one of the most important squares in the city, recalling a famous sequence by Amarcord. We will continue admiring the Book of Dreams exhibited in the Sala Fellini at the City Museum, and then move on to the magnificent neoclassical spaces of the Galli Theater, inaugurated in 1857 by Giuseppe Verdi. The visit will end in Borgo San Giuliano, with the murals dedicated to Fellini and to the most famous characters of his films.     Fee: € 15 per person including radio guide When: Every Wednesday August  Hours: 6pm Where: Rimini Historical Center Meeting place: Square on the water Tiberius bridge Minimun 5 and maximum 15 people

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MYSTERIOUS RIMINI

In the ancient history of the city there is no shortage of tragic political or criminal events, torture, mysterious and legendary presences, miracles and even the burning of a 'witch' in Piazza Tre Martiri. Let's find them out together! Recommended a cup of chamomile tea before the visit ... Adult fee € 12 Children 6-14 years € 8 When: every Monday from June 1st Hours: 9pm Where: Rimini Historical Center Meeting place: Tiberius bridge on the newsstand side Minimum of Participants: 2 people  

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In centro con il trenino Lilliput

In centro con il trenino Lilliput 

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VISIT TO THE GALLI THEATER

The theater was initially called Teatro Nuovo and from 1859 Vittorio Emanuele II. Only later, in 1947, it was dedicated to the composer Amintore Galli (1845-1919). The tour, lasting about forty-five minutes, will involve you in the history of the Theater by discovering the curiosities between the Ressi room, the gallery and the audience, then seeing the Galli from a different point of view, with the reflectors off. Fee € 5 When: Wednesday and Friday Hours: Wednesday 9.30 pm - Friday 5.30pm Where: Rimini old town Cavour square Participants: maximum 15 people

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FOCUS ON .... AUGUSTUS AND THE IMPERIAL EAGLE

Cultural walk in the historic center of Rimini with a visit to the Surgeon's House On August 14, the eve of Ferragosto, in the month and on the feast linked to the emperor Augustus, Discover Rimini dedicates a cultural walk to the figure of Augustus and to the Roman imperial period (1st century BC - 5th century AD). The first imperial period dates from the Arch of Augustus, which still characterizes the entrance to the historic center of the city. The eagle present in the decoration of the monument, symbol of the Roman Empire, will be the other key theme of the guided tour, which will end with a visit to the archaeological site of the Surgeon’s House, a very important monument of the Roman imperial period. Fee: € 15 per person (including RADIO-guides) When: Friday 14 August Timetable: 9.30 pm Meeting place: Piazza Tre Martiri under the Clock Tower Where: Rimini Historic Center maximum number of people: 15  

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BORGO SAN GIULIANO” WHERE DREAM IS AT HOME

A walk in the” Borgo San Giuliano”, the most loved village by the locals and not only. Streets with an old atmosphere, murals dedicated to Federico Fellini, the carters’ and fishermen’s houses, sea stories and  the Middle Ages which left many traces in the village. Price: € 12 adults | € 8 children from 6 to 14 years When: on Thursdays at 8.45pm Meeting place: newsagents' kiosk at the Tiberius Bridge

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Piero e Sigismondo in the Rimini Renaissance

The fresco depicting Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta created by Piero della Francesca will be the starting point of the guided tour that will touch the Cathedral, Castel Sismondo (outside) and the Malatesta section of the City Museum.     Fee: € 13 (+ € 2 for the Malatesta Temple entrance directly to the guide) When: Saturday 8 August 2020 Hours: 3.30pm Meeting place: in front of the Malatesta Temple Duration: about 2 and a half hours Italian language

THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY IN RIMINI

At the beginning of the 1300s Giotto stops in Rimini before arriving in Padua and painting the Scrovegni Chapel. During his stay in Rimini he made frescoes that have been lost and a Crucifix which is possible to see now in the "Tempio  Malatestiano" Cathedral. The Giotto painting school has given to the world priceless works, exhibited in all the most important museums of the world. Our tour starts from the City Museum rooms and then we will visit the frescoes in the Sant'Agostino Church.

Lo sguardo aperto verso l'infinito

Lo sguardo aperto verso l'infinito

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“Notturno d'arte” (art by night) tour

A SUMMER EVENING CULTURAL WALK through the Rimini streets and squares of the historic center guided by an expert guide. A guided tour through fascinating lights and nightlife to discover Rimini history and monuments that reveal its beauty and importance: the Arch of Augustus, the Tiberius Bridge, the Malatesta Temple,  and the old fish market. During the tour through the historic center and Borgo San Giuliano  we will remember illustrious people bound to our city: from Julius Caesar to the emperor Augustus, from Francesca da Rimini to Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, and Federico Fellini. Price: € 13 per person including Audioguide When:  From Thursday 11 June 2020  until Thursday 10 September 2020 Time 9.30 pm Where : Rimini Meeting Point : Arch of August

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Notturno d'arte. FOCUS ON...

Visite Guidate d'approfondimento dedicate a... La pittura del Trecento riminese 19 giugno, 31 luglio, 21 agosto La Cappella Petrangolini 26 giugno, 17 luglio, 11 settembre Giulio Cesare 10 luglio L'imperatore Augusto 14 agosto Antonio Trentanove e il barocco a Rimini 24 luglio, 28 agosto Federico Fellini 3 luglio, 7 agosto, 4 settembre Quota : € 15 con radioguida Quando : ogni venerdì fino all'11 Settembre Ora: 21.30 Dove: Rimini Luogo d' incontro : Piazza Tre Martiri sotto Torre Orologio

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Splendors of renaissance in Rimini

Rimini hides inside the churches of its historic center precious memorabilia and fabulous artist proofs. The tour will begin with the discovery of the wonderful Malatesta Temple, built in 1450 by the lord of Rimini, Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, as an eternal celebration of his power: here architectural inserts and sculptures in a weave of symbols refer to distant worlds, full of suggestions beyond Christian culture and religion. We will admire masterpieces by Giotto and Pietro della Francesca unique in the world. We will move to Piazza Cavour, one of the most beautiful and rich in Italian history squares, and then end the tour with a stop at the renewed area of Castel Sismondo, the ancient residence of the leader Sigismondo during his stay in Rimini. Fee: € 12 per person, free children up to 14 + € 2.00 per person entrance to the temple When: every Sunday Hours: 5.30pm Where: meeting point in front of the Malatesta Temple Minimum of Participants: 5 people    

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Discover Ravenna - Scopri Ravenna

Take part of our guided itineraries that will accompany you on a pleasant walk along the main streets of Ravenna’s historic town to discover the most suggestive and least known corners, famous people, anecdotes and legends, food and wine and street art. A guided tour in the historical center, to look into the rich heritage of the city of which the 8 UNESCO monuments are only the flagship. The churches and basilicas of Ravenna tell us about a past in which, the halls of worship were the reference points in the various quarters of the ancient city. Houses and small buildings adorned with portals, mullioned windows, balconies and porticoes, are evidence of the building renovation made during the Venetian domination in the second half of the 1400s. Not to mention the fact that for centuries Ravenna, an extraordinarily powerful and evocative city, welcomed illustrious characters who in these lands were profitable poets and ingenious revolutionaries. So much that even today Ravenna is still chosen by internationally renowned artists for installations and works of street art.

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Tessere di Mosaico - Guided Tour

“The site is of outstanding universal value being of remarkable significance by virtue of the supreme artistry of the mosaic art that the monuments contain, and also because of the crucial evidence that they provide of artistic and religious relationships and contacts at an important period of European cultural history.” In this way the UNESCO World Heritage motivated why eight monuments of Ravenna had been added to the World Heritage List. The eternal beauty of the mosaics guarded inside some of the most famous Ravenna Unesco monuments is the heart of this guided tour.  Bilingual Italian-English guided tours are available. Itinerary from January 1st to February 29th:  _ Battistero Neoniano  _ Mausoleo di Galla Placidia  _ Basilica di San Vitale Itinerary from March 1st to June 15th:  _ Basilica di Sant'Apollinare Nuovo  _ Battistero Neoniano  _ Cappella di Sant'Andrea

Koko Mosaico

Guided tour in English language to a Mosaic workshop where you will have a glance at the works of the master mosaicist. For more than 1500 years, Ravenna has been passing down the extraordinary artistic tradition linked to the mosaic that made it, together with its 8 UNESCO monuments, famous all over the world. Every Saturday a guided tour starts at 11.30 am and will make you discover this amazing art, visiting one of the workshops of the city centre where the traditional techniques meet contemporary projects and ideas.

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