An exquisite example of fortified architecture in the period between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
Exquisite example of perfectly preserved noble residence. Among with the Fortress and Museo San Domenico, it is part of the Civic Museums of Imola.
Located on the east side of the main square of Imola, in front of the town hall, it was built in the 15th century by Girolamo Riario, Lord of Imola and nephew of Pope Pius VI.
With its 42-metre long single arch, it is a splendid example of a Renaissance age humpbacked bridge
Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari used to host some important Italian motor racing events such as San Marino Gran Prix (Formula 1) and Formula 3000 World Championship, and at present still hosts other races such as Superbike and Endurance Championships.
Nominated as one of the "Most beautiful villages in Italy", the Biennale of contemporary art of the Muro Dipinto occurs here every odd-numbered years
Building began in the end of the 12th century and it was consecrated in 1271. The crypt holds the remains of San Cassiano da Imola Martire (St. Cassian Martyr of Imola), patron saint of the city.
The complex dates back to the 14th century, and the Rocca underwent numerous architectural modifications over the centuries