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 painting rendering this saint figure held in great respect here.

Artistically speaking, the church owns a fair asset of works of Medieval and Renaissance origins. However, much of the former religious architectural complex is now lost: a monastery pertaining to this complex was destroyed during the Second World War, though some of its remains can still be seen even today.

Church of Santi Bartolomeo e Marini (Chiesa dei Santi Bartolomeo e Marino)
1, Piazzetta Castelfidardo, 47921, Rimini, Italy
0039 0541 782279