Route II - Via Emilia


The Forum Paving

On the other side of the arch in Corso d'Augusto, Rimini's main shopping street, lies what used to be the forum of the Roman city

Via IV Novembre, 19
47921 Rimini (RN)


The City’s Museum

Housed in the 18th century former Jesuit College, the City's Museum, over the gallery, houses in the garden the Roman Inscription Collection and an Archaeological section, providing insights into daily life, family ties, society and religion

Via Luigi Tonini, 1


Tiberius Bridge

It was constructed using Istrian stone and is more than 70 m. long and stretches over 5 archways resting on sturdy piers. The bridge is a starting point for via Aemilia and via Popillia. It is an imposing structure, thanks to its engineering and architectural design which unites its practical, functional role with the harmony of the forms used to exalt the emperors.

Ponte di Tiberio, 1
47921 RIMINI


Cercine della Regina

Long Via Aemilia from Rimini near S. Giustina there are the remains of a funerary monument of the early Roman Empire, in the folk tradition called the "Cercine della Regina"

Via Emilia
47922 Santa Giustina RN


Santa Giustina Milestone

In front of S. Giustina church there is the milestone of Via Aemilia that signaled the fifth mile away from Rimini

Via 5° miglio
47922 Rimini RN


Bridge of San Vito

Near S. Vito church you can see the ruins of a bridge by which a diverticulum of Via Aemilia exceeded the torrent Use in the Augustan age

Via Vecchia Emilia
47922 Rimini RN


Church of San Michele Arcangelo

It is probably the oldest church in the Rimini area, dedicated to the patron saint of the city

Via la Pieve
47822 Santarcangelo di Romagna RN


MUSAS Historic and Archaeologic Museum

The museum groups together, presents and promotes the town’s archaeological, historical, artistic and architectural treasures.It is housed in the seventeenth-century Palazzo Cenci. The museum features sections on archaeology, history and art.

Piazzetta Monache, 1
 47822 Santarcangelo di Romagna (RN)


The bridge on the Uso

The stretch of the Republican Via Aemilia, passed Santarcangelo, crossed the river Uso by a stone bridge

Via Emilia Est
47822 Santarcangelo di Romagna (RN)


Rubicon Bridge

A stone bridge on which Via Aemilia crossed the river that, beginning from August 4, 1933, a Royal Decree recognized as the Rubicon

Via Circonvallazione, 27
47039 Savignano sul Rubicone (FC)


Funerary Monument

Funerary monument with a square base, popularly named the "Petrone."

Strada Statale 9 Via Emilia, 50
47039 Savignano sul Rubicone (FC)


Parish church of San Giovanni in Compito

The church of St. John in Compito was built in the early Middle Age on the foundations of a Roman temple

Via San Giovanni, 5
47039 Savignano Sul Rubicone FC


Archaeological Museum of Cesena

Museo Archeologico includes Roman materials related to Curva Caesena settlement and its territory

Via Montalti, 1
47023 CESENA (FC)


Tagliata di Capocolle

In the stretch between Cesena and Forlimpopoli there is a singular road infrastructure of Via Aemilia

Via Emilia Ponente, 1734
47032 Bertinoro (FC)


Archaeological Museum T. Aldini - Forlimpopoli

The museum presents important evidence of Forum Popili, thriving commercial city founded by the Romans in the second century. B.C.

Piazza Fratti, 5
47034 Forlimpopoli FC