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Was this originally meant as a church - or as something else? Worth reading about it and you will then understand!
It is a very large church, used a a cathedral. Free to enter and wander round, and famous for having an original Good to...More
A very lovely church, a lot of space and important cross , and rimini history is in this church; it’s not rimini first church, but the most important and all the important masses are held here;;; a place to visit 💕💕💕💕💕
Ever since seeing a photograph of the relief of Mercury I have wanted to visit this place. Inspired by Isotte, conceived by Sigismondo, their conjoined initials throughout the building, there is far more here than a cathedral graced by a gentle Giotto crucifixion. Mercury is...More
In the central sector of Rimini. Leon Batista Alberti, the famous renaissance architect designed it. A famous temple of 1450 (unfinished), with the monumental tombs of Sigismondo Malatesta and his beloved woman Isotta degli Atti, and an excellent fresco of Pierro della Francesca. A must...More
The Malatesta Temple (or the Rimini Cathedral) is a famous example of Renaissance architecture and maybe the most illustrious monument of Rimini.
It was built by Leon Battista Alberti as a precious marble casket around the gothic church of St. Francis.
Construction started in 1446...More
This Cathedral is not spectacular from the point of view of the external view but what I find amazing is that it is just an almost intact converted Roman temple. In white marble and full of old Roman details
Hi New York, there was a mass advertised at 1100 which I tried to attend in October 2017. At 1055 there was virtually no one in the Cathedral, no sign of a congragation, no priest evident but a man walled down the aisle... More
Hi New York, there was a mass advertised at 1100 which I tried to attend in October 2017. At 1055 there was virtually no one in the Cathedral, no sign of a congragation, no priest evident but a man walled down the aisle and speaking in Italian, I guess he asked me to leave, not understanding him I queried this with him and he waved his hands in a clear gesture indicating that I should leave. He also seemed to clear the sightseers out at the same time and I left feeling bemused.
Sorry this doesn't answer your question but such was my experience at 11am.