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
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.
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)