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Museum

The Municipal Museum, which is situated in the eighteenth-century Jesuit College (1, Via L. Tonini tel. 0541/21482), houses numerous exhibits of local historical-artistic heritage. The course, which will be completed once the building is fully restored, follows chronological criteria from the formation of the territory to the current day. The following can be visited at present:

  • On the ground floor there are sculptures by Arnaldo Pomodoro, an area dedicated to René Gruau and there is a Roman Lapidary in the garden-courtyard. The Archaeological Museum, with exhibits dating from Imperial Rimini, is a recent addition;
  • The first and second floors house the Pinacoteca picture gallery with work dating from the municipal era to 1900 including masterpieces from the fourteenth century Rimini school, canvases by Giovanni Bellini and del Ghirlandaio and seventeenth century paintings by Cagnacci, Centino, Guercino and Cantarini.

Winter opening (from 16th September to 15th June) From Tuesday to Saturday 8,30 - 12,30 / 17,00 - 19,00 Sundays and bank holidays 16.00 - 19.00 Mondays, unless a bank holiday closed

Summer opening (from 16th June to 15th September) From Tuesday to Saturday 10,00 - 12,30 / 16,30 - 19,30 Sundays and bank holidays 16,30 - 19,30 Tuesdays, in July and August, also 21,00 - 23,00 Mondays, unless a bank holiday closed Access for the disabled For guided visits, including those for the deaf and blind, please book on 0541/21482. The 'Dinz Rialto' Museum of Extra-European Cultures will soon open in new premises at Villa Alvarado, in Covignano di Rimini. The museum houses a rich and original ethnological collection with exhibits from Africa, Oceania and America.

Gambalunga Library
The library, a legacy of Alessandro Gambalunga who was born in Rimini, is housed in a palace that he built between 1610 and 1614 (27, Via Gambalunga tel. 0541.51105).

The library houses more than 1,300 manuscripts from all over Europe including illuminated pieces dating from the Malatesta era and with more than 60,000 volumes, the old collection of printed work is rich and varied. Nowadays, it is a public multimedia library with around 230,000 books and is also part of a national virtual library project. Opening times: Monday-Friday 8,00 - 19,00. Saturdays 8,00 - 13,00.

Opening times during summer: 8,00 - 13,00.

The Film
Library Founded in 1987, the library preserves and promotes the diffusion of cinematic culture. For this reason, it offers users a series of collections including a collection of videocassettes, a library, historical Italian magazines, a photographic archive, posters and playbills and long, short and medium-length films. It also organises reviews and initiatives aimed at the educational use of audio-visual equipment.

Opening times: Monday-Friday: 8,15 - 13,15 / 14,00 - 19,00. Saturdays: 8,15 - 13,00. Summer: Monday-Saturday 8.00 - 13.00

Museum

The Municipal Museum, which is situated in the eighteenth-century Jesuit College (1, Via L. Tonini tel. 0541/21482), houses numerous exhibits of local historical-artistic heritage. The course, which will be completed once the building is fully restored, follows chronological criteria from the formation of the territory to the current day." data-share-imageurl="">

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