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Basilica Cattedrale (Tempio Malatestiano)

Via Quattro Novembre 35, 47921, Rimini, Italy
+39 0541 51130
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Beautiful. Be carefull to find the right time for the visit, meaning when it is open for public... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2016
Bucharest, Romania
Malatesta's Personal Mausoleum!

This unfinished Franciscan cathedral was built in the 13th C. but was reconstructed and enlarged in... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2016
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Via Quattro Novembre 35, 47921, Rimini, Italy
+39 0541 51130

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Reviewed 19 June 2016

Beautiful. Be carefull to find the right time for the visit, meaning when it is open for public, not during the service. Worth seeing . Keepk quiet and enjoy the atmosphere

Thank adaniela27
Reviewed 9 June 2016

This unfinished Franciscan cathedral was built in the 13th C. but was reconstructed and enlarged in the Renaissance style by feudal ruler Sigismondo Malatesta between 1450-68 while the bell tower dates from the 16th C. The wide marble façade with large blind arcades on the...More

1  Thank T-Bird1974
Reviewed 1 June 2016

This cathedral is simply amazing as it has undergone transformations about 5 times and you do get the sense of different influences. It was initially built in the XIth c as a Benedictine Church than acquired by the Franciscans (XIIIth c) and probably went through...More

Thank Emira T
Reviewed 21 May 2016

The problem with Italy is that it has so many impressive churches as a consequence to us this was just a nice church.

Thank RonA_Plymouth
Reviewed 23 April 2016

We visited Rimini without fully understanding the city's rich roman history. Make sure you visit the information centre.

Thank Dave W
Reviewed 10 April 2016 via mobile

The history of the church and how it's foundation was formed is fascinating. It is in the heart of Rimini and worth the stop when passing through. The art and architecture of the building is beautiful. The steps going in make for an interesting entrance...More

Thank Maemae884
Reviewed 11 March 2016 via mobile

Located in the middle of rimini. Most probably it is very important cathedral, but i found the building pureness. Anyway relaxable holy basilica.

Thank Suleyman A
Reviewed 6 March 2016

Tempio Malatestiano is the most important church in the old town of Rimini;it was built by the Malatesta family,the most important family in Rimini which also built the Malatestiano castle in Rimini which is quite impressive;now it is a Catholic Church and due to the...More

Thank Ulysses336
Reviewed 27 October 2015

Rimini is town with Roman pattern with arch some little archeological presentations. But you can find similar antique monuments in many towns in Italy. What is unique in Rimini is a church, with name Temple. It looks as unfinished fine temple. When you look at...More

Thank Miha P
Reviewed 3 October 2015

excellent historical building (Cathedral).Easily accessible from Railway station .Most of the good places to stay in Rimini are nearby. Its also close to other historical monuments in Rimini and so to the beach.

Thank Rakesh U
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