Riviera Romagnola - Emilia Romagna - Italy
|Tax code||: 00304260409|
|Postal Code||: 47900|
|Istat code||: 099014|
|Cadastral code||: H294|
|number Population||: 148.908 (01-01-2017 - Istat)|
|asl||: 5 mt.|
|Sq km area.||: 134,50|
|name of the inhabitants||: Rimini|
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- Mayor Rimini and city administration
- Registry office - Technical Office - Cadastre IMU TASI
- City Council - Data elections
City Hall Address
piazza Cavour, 27
+39 0541 704111
+39 0541 704773
Email PEC: protocollo.generale @ pec.comune.rimini.it
Institutional website - http://www.comune.rimini.it
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GPS / Geographic coordinates of Rimini
Latitude: 44.05926 - Longitude: 12.56850
GPS coordinates: 44°03'33.34" N - 12°34'6.6" E
Seismic and climatic classification
• Seismic classification updated in March 2015. (Source: Civil protection)
• "Climate zones" and "day grades" by: Table A attached to the DPR 412 / 93 updated at 31 October 2009. (Source: Authorities for electricity gas and water system)
City of Rimini (Emilia Romagna - Italy)
Rimini 148.908 is a common coastal inhabitants, located 5 meters above sea level in the homonymous province, its territory covers an area of 134,50 sq km.
Rimini tourism ... was born here.
Why choose Rimini as their vacation destination?
Because in addition to great beaches, local entertainment, historical buildings, its prestigious Fair and its University, Rimini is also known for being the city of one of the most famous directors in the world and that, with "Amarcord," brought on screens other symbols of Rimini, the Grand Hotel was opened in 1908 and meeting point of an elite tourism.
If you want to know more, we tell you that in the Fellini Park in 1843 arose the first bathing establishment.
If you are sailing or looking for accommodation for your boat, you also know that the left side of the harbor was born the new marina, opened in 2002 and can accommodate 680 berths.
City that has its roots in ancient Rome, today Rimini offers tourists great beaches for active holidays, and can count on marine Torre Pedrera, Viserbella, Viserba, Rivabella, San Giuliano Mare, Bellariva, Marebello, Rivazzurra and Miramare.
Rimini also offers cultural moments: its historic center possesses unique monuments such as the Malatesta Temple, the Arch of Augustus, Tiberius Bridge, the Fortress of Sigismund.
Cheerful, cheerful, exciting, but also full of poetry.
Everyone knows Rimini.
Distinguishing features: the location of most popular European holiday.
Of course, much of its popularity stems from 230 bathing, every summer more and more beautiful and organized as resorts, 15 its miles of sandy beach, from beyond 1.000 hotels (from the fabulous Grand Hotel, family-run boarding house) and the 11 theme parks.
Rimini is so beloved because in turn greets everyone with a smile: it is the city that more than any other in Italy represents the "culture of hospitality".
But Rimini, indeed the ancient Ariminum, is also a city of art with over 22 years history.
A stone's throw from the beach restaurant or the street bars where you dance in the street, there are art masterpieces able to give emotions perhaps even more intense.
Art and Culture - When the first rays of the sunset, tinged with shimmering lights the city, a few glimpses become heartbreakingly beautiful. The oldest part of the center, that "embraced" the old fish market, with narrow streets and small local aperitif by candlelight, becomes pure poetry.
But at any time, wander around in ancient Rimini, it is a kind of celebration. Plazas and squares are occupied by the bar tables. And proceeding between a porch and an alley between a library and an art workshop, you meet a Roman monument or a Renaissance castle.
If you do not have time problems, walks well freely, following the instinct or perfume (maybe ... piadina or roasted fish). But if you prefer a convenient walk "," begin to know Rimini from the beginning, that is from the Roman Rimini (although the town was founded much earlier).
It start then from the Arch of Augustus, the oldest of the surviving Roman arches.
Stands in a strategic position (marking the end of the Via Flaminia) and was built by Emperor Augustus in 27 BC.
Ten minutes here is the beautiful central squares: Three Martyrs Square and Piazza Cavour.
Within a few meters there are two jewels of the Renaissance Rimini.
The first, the white Malatesta Temple (1449), with the facade by Leon Battista Alberti, who whitens even in the darkness: he had to be the grandiose mausoleum of Sigismondo Malatesta and his young lover, then his wife.
A dream never realized for the downfall of Sigismund.
But the Malatesta Temple is beautiful and many works of art from Giotto, Piero della Francesca, for example.
The second is a fortress that once lit the imagination: it is Castel Sigismondo, a symbol of the power of the Malatesta in Rimini.
Carefully restored, is a container of exhibitions.
The walk ends at the sea, at the Bridge of Tiberius, the Roman bridge, so well preserved that, after two thousand years and two world wars, still bears the city traffic!
If you still have a little time, treat yourself to a visit to the Museum of the City.
Even the less experienced in the history of art will enjoy the beauty of the various Giovanni Bellini and Ghirlandaio or seventeenth-century paintings by Guercino and Curs.
And do not forget the archaeological section with artefacts from the Imperial Rimini.
villages and localities of the City of Rimini
San Fortunato, San Lorenzo a Monte, Pomposa-Grotta Rossa, Sant'Aquilina, San Lorenzo in Correggiano, Osteria del Fiume, San Salvatore, San Martino in Venti, San Martino Monte l'Abate, Gaiofana, Villaggio Primo maggio, Ghetto Randuzzi, San Paolo, Padulli, San Martino in Riparotta, Santa Giustina, Orsoleto, Variano, Osteria del Bagno, San Giovanni in Bagno, San Vito, Borgo Nuovo, Castellabate
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IAT Rimini Centro Città presso Stazione FFSSOffice information and tourist reception
Piazzale Cesare Battisti, 1
Tel 011 6485288
Fax 0541 27927