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“Beautiful and touching”
Review of Piazza Tre Martiri

Piazza Tre Martiri
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US$356.60*
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Private Rimini Walking Tour: Away from the...
Ranked #16 of 191 things to do in Rimini
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Reviewed 17 September 2013

Great atmosphere. Old buildings, nice cafes and restaurants. Pretty shops. A perfrct place for an afternoon walk.

Thank Krasimira S
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Reviewed 19 August 2013

Its a center of Rimini and a place where you could find a lot of shops and restaurants. And its simply pleasure to working in the historical place and see a lot of ancient buildings around yourself.

Thank EkaterinaZotova
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Reviewed 12 August 2012

Piazza Tre Martiri is Rimini’s historical place; it witnessed major political events since the year 268 BC. Have a sit in one of the cafes and enjoy the refined buildings; some of them are adorned with pretty flowers.

Look for a marble plinth and the statue of Julius Caesar. It was here where Julius Caesar addressed to his soldiers prior to the conquest of Rome with the famous phrase "The Die is Cast" after crossing the river Rubicon in 49 BC.

The clock tower was built in the middle of 16th century and then rebuilt in the 1700s. It has two clock-faces: one is the traditional type and the other indicates days and months.

During the World War II three young partisans were executed here. The square’s present name honours their heroic death.

From here, take Via IV November; a minute walk and you get to the Rimini’s most prized monument, Tempio Malatestiano.

3  Thank niki101
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