The Arch of Augustus, one of the oldest Roman arches perfectly preserved to this day. E 'was built in 27 BC in honor of Emperor Augustus at the crossroads between the Via Flaminia and the Via Emilia to celebrate his greatness and that of Rome, and to commemorate the restoration of the Via Flaminia. It 'very important for the history of art, because most likely his inspired geometries to Leon Battista Alberti, the external architecture of the Malatesta Temple, another monumental masterpiece This Rimini.
The whole city is rich in history and glorious sights not only the sea to make it important. Arch of Augustus and Tiberius Bridge are the legacy of the Romans, together with the walls. But here we find ingenuity indelible marks of characters such as Leon Battista Alberti and Piero della Francesca, who have actively contributed to transform this beautiful city into a living center of art and culture.
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Comune di Bagno di Romagna, Cooperativa Atlantide, Pier Luigi Ricci, Massimo Schiumarini, Caterina Rigoni, Federico Locatelli, Mattia Vesco, Miriam Narducci, Nevio Agostini