Malatesta Temple

The Malatesta Temple is the mausoleum church of the Malatesta family (who ruled Rimini between 1295 and 1528), and locals refer to it as the Cathedral or Dome of Rimini.... Malatesta Temple

Sanctuary of Madonna della Misericordia

The Sanctuary of Madonna della Misericordia dates back to the 14th century. Its name comes from the most treasured work of sacred art sheltered here, a portrait of Madonna della... Sanctuary of Madonna della Misericordia

Cathedral of Santa Colomba

Originally dedicated to the Holly Spirit and, subsequently, to Santa Colomba, a Spanish martyr, the Cathedral of Santa Colomba is said to date back to the early 11th century, meaning... Cathedral of Santa Colomba

Church of Santi Bartolomeo e Marini

Located close to both Tempio Malatestiano and the Roman Amphitheater, the Church of Santi Bartolomeo e Marini is often referred to by the locals as Santa Rita, due to a... Church of Santi Bartolomeo e Marini

Church of San Giovanni Battista

The Church of San Giovanni Battista is one of the most beautifully built and decorated places of worship in Rimini. It is located some 200 meters south from the Augustus... Church of San Giovanni Battista

Church of San Giovanni Evangelista

Recently dubbed the Church of Sant’Agostino, the Church of San Giovanni Evangelista is located just about 100 meters from Piazza Cavour and Piazza Malatesta. Little of what used to... Church of San Giovanni Evangelista

Parish Church of Cristo Re

The Parish Church of Cristo Re was opened no early than 1972. Its architectural features have nothing in common with the classic contour and elements of mainstream Christian places of... Parish Church of Cristo Re

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