Rimini is notably rich in historic edifices and monuments, but its few surviving gates must definitely be mentioned. Porta Montanara, Porta Gervasona and Porta Galliana are the ones which have endured until now. Porta Gervasona and Porta Galliana appear in their natural condition, whereas Porta Montanara has had a more sinuous trajectory: subsequently to the Second World War, when it suffered consistent damage, it was completely dismantled, reassembled within the courtyard of the local diocese, again dismantled and then put back together on the very spot where it was built from the beginning.

Porta Montanara
Rimini, Italy