About Rimini City Museum
The Rimini City Museum is an historical and archaeological museum with a series of collections from throughout the city and the region.
Located in a former eighteenth century Jesuit monastery and then hospital, the Rimini City Museum traces the history of the city back to Ancient Roman times, with exhibitions ranging from tomb inscriptions to coins. It even has surgical tools found in the nearby “Surgeon’s House” archaeological site.
Spanning over 3,000 square metres and arranged over forty galleries, the Rimini City Museum has many different collections. Medieval and Renaissance pieces form a large part of its exhibits, mostly comprised of paintings, frescoes and sculptures.
The Surgeon’s House is an archaeological site which uncovers Rimini’s past from Ancient Roman times.
Tempio Malatestiano in Rimini is a former Franciscan church turned lavish Renaissance mausoleum.
Coriano Ridge War Cemetery is a World War II Commonwealth cemetery in Coriano in Italy.
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