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This square is in the heart of the historic centre of Rimini. Explore the buildings, such as the clock tower, the statue of Julius Caesar, and the spot where Julius Caesar gave his speech after crossing the Rubicon.
This Piazza, long a center of the city, is currently named for 3 resistance fighters who were hanged here on August 16, 1944 in what was then Piazza Giulio Cesare. 2 plaques commemorate this event. One is on the corner of the Piazza and Via...More
Right in the heart of Rimini, the Piazza Tre Martiri (Three Martyrs Square) was built in the area of the ancient Roman Forum.
On the square are the Clock Tower and the octagonal temple of S. Antonio.
The area suffered serious damage during the Second...More
Nice little square in the town centre with a number of historical buildings (churches, etc). They are also restaurants and shops here. Spacious and good to walk along thr square and admire the buildings.