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Chiesa di Sant'Agostino

originally dedicated to St. John the Evangelist, it preserves precious works of the fourteenth-century Rimini school
Address: 
via Cairoli n. 14 - Rimini
Phone: 
0541/781268
Website: 

The Sant'Agostino Church was erected around 1247 by the Hermits of St. Agustine.
It is one of Rimini's most imposing and remarkable churches, and boasts the city's tallest bell-tower.
The best-preserved sections of the original Romanesque-Gorthic structure are the apse and the bell-tower.
Restored several times during the centuries, in 1618 the interior was remodelled in Baroque style, and later decorations by Bibbiena were added in 1720.
The beautiful frescoes, treasured in the apse and in the bell tower, are the only surviving works by the famous so-called thirteenth-century Rimini school, influence by Giotto, who visited Rimini in the early 1300s

Weekday hours: 
8.30 -12.00; 15.30 - 18.30 (visits are not alowed during celebrations)
Holiday Hours: 
8.30 -12.00; 15.30 - 18.30 (visits are not alowed during celebrations)
Getting there: 
City center by car: Motorway A14 "Rimini Sud" Exit; straight ahead direction Rimini centro for about 3 km. Useful parking areas: 1) p.zza Malatesta 2) Rocca Malatestiana 3) p.zza Ferrari 4) Ponte di Tiberio 5) Arco d'Augusto 6) largo Gramsci by train: from the railway station straight ahead (v.le Dante) by air: bus n.9 - bus stop Arco d' Augusto or Railway Station
Additional notes: 

The 14th century Rimini school's works are on display at the Museo della Città, in via Tonini.

Tourist area: 
adriatic coast
Last update date: 01/03/2019 - 11:17