American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northern Italy on the Adriatic Sea south-southeast of Ravenna. Founded by Umbrians, it became a strategic Roman military base after the third century B.C. Rimini was ruled as part of the Papal States from 1509 to 1860. Population: 138,000.
- Rimini, Francesca da See Francesca da Rimini.
- From Italian Rimini. (Wiktionary)
“ITALY HOTEL TRE ROSE RICCIONE (RIMINI) *** Vle Guido Cavalcanti 19 47838 Riccione (Rimini)”
“In the early 1450s, Sigismondo Malatesta commissioned Alberti to transform an existing Franciscan church in Rimini into a family mausoleum.”
“Foster + Partners Architects have unveiled their design for a new waterfront development in Rimini, Italy.”
“Plans for new waterfront in Rimini are revealed » CONTEMPORIST”
“Their parents, Vincenzo and Antonietta, owned a hotel in Rimini and ran an informal free clinic two nights a week at their weekend farm, practicing alternative medicines such as homeopathy and acupuncture.”
“If someone has some photos of CRISTINA II, the tourist boat crashed, please contact me!!!!! i've worked on that boat years ago when cristina II was in Rimini!!!!”
“In past days, six mega-reproductions of beach equipment have appeared on the spiaggia in Rimini.”
“Rimini is very elegantly told by Sulpicius Severus, (Hist.”
“In fact, he succeeded, by the conversation we have related, in making Father Cristoforo go, on foot, from Pescarenico to Rimini, which is a very tolerable distance.”
“In London, not long after this, we meet again the bard of "Rimini," and his discourse is still sweet as any dulcimer.”
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