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Federico Fellini

Rimini is also tied with the great cinema, since it is representative of Federico Fellini’ world of fantasy.
In his films Fellini (born in Rimini on 20th January 1920) continuously recurs his past time in Rimini: the squares, Cavour and Tre Martiri, can be seen in "Amarcord" ( that means "I remember", in dialect), the Fulgor cinema in the films “Roma” and “Amarcord”, the beach cabins in the film "Città delle Donne”, the arcades and the street benches in “Vitelloni” and the Grand Hotel, which is always present. Hollywood has awarded the Master with 5 Oscars. Federico Fellini had a conflictual and visceral relationship with Rimini where he wanted to be buried.

There is a lot about Rimini in Fellini's films, even though the scenes were always rebuilt in Cinecittà or elsewhere. To find out it, you can start from Parco Fellini where you can view the white Grand Hotel. If you wish, you can sleep in the Fellini suite (his favourite one) or book a dinner based on the Fellini menu (tel. 0039. 0541.56000). Next step should be the harbour and the "palata", the pier promenade, where the young men in “Vitelloni” like philosophising endlessly in winter time and where the motorcyclist in “Amarcord” used to came and ride his bike at full throttle.
Even trains (metaphor of a travel) and the station often appear in Fellini’s stories: the original train-station is in Piazza Battisti. There are various houses where Fellini’s family lived. Fellini himself did not remember his first home (in Via Fumagalli), but he only knew that his father one day showed him a road saying that he had been born there.

Retrace all the milestones along the route of Fellini.
Info: www.federicofellini.it