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[http://www.turismo.provincia.rimini.it/eng/ '''Rimini'''] is a resort town in [[Emilia-Romagna]] on [[Italy|Italy's]] east coast.
There has been a settlement at Rimini since prehistoric times. Founded by the Romans in 268 BC, Rimini boasts a 2,000-year history that has left important marks testifying to its grandeur. To the Romans, ''Ariminum'' was a link between the "Italic" and the "Gallic" lands, a stronghold on the Adriatic and a gateway to the Po valley. Three major roads converged here - the ''Flaminian Way'', the ''Aemilian Way'' and the ''Popilian Way''.
Rimini today is a thriving, bustling resort on the Italian Riviera that boasts "over a thousand hotels".
This is a place where the '''Italians''' go for their sea and sun, and therefore the food is excellent as well as the people being friendly and helpful. You won't find many tour buses filled with Americans or English here! This also means, however, that few speak anything but Italian, so be sure to take your phrase book with you. The locals will work with you and are always happy to see a foreigner at least trying to communicate in their language.
As a renowned resort area, Rimini
There is a [http://www.trenitalia.it train line] that runs up and down the coast from Rimini to [[Ravenna]] and [[Bologna]] in the north and [[Ancona]] in the south, via any number of smaller resort towns.
The train station
* The '''Augustus Arch''', a Roman arch built to celebrate the Roman emperor who lent it his name
* The '''Tiberius Bridge''', the Roman bridge that marks the beginning of the ''Aemilian Way''
* The '''Domus of the Surgeon''' an impressive archeological area documenting 20 centuries of Rimini history.
* The '''Federico Fellini Museum''',
* <see name="Tempio Malatestiano" alt="" address="35 Via IV Novembre" directions="" phone="+39 0541 51130" url="" hours="open M-Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM, 3:30PM-7PM, and Su, 9AM-1PM, 3:30PM-7PM" price="" lat="" long="">Bizarre burial chapel for Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, the lord of the city, together with his mistress Isotta degli Atti and the Malatesta family.</see>