Visit Rimini

free tourist information and news

Corso d’Augusto – a skyline


Looking up to Rimini’s Corso d’Augusto, from the Via Circonvallazione Occidentale. The campanile or bell tower is from the church of Santa Maria in Corte (also known as the Chiesa dei Servi), the impressively large Church towards the start of the Corso. It was first built in 1317, but the current church mainly dates to a reconstruction in the late 1700’s by the Bolognese architect Gaetano Stegani.

Santa Maria in Corte - Corso d'Augusto rimini




Sign up for the Visit-Rimini Newsletter for news updates, event guides and special offers!


More Rimini Photos

  • Anchor shaped monument to those who've lost their lives at sea - Rimini Port
  • Rimini's Tempio Malatestiano in a different light
  • A side view of the Tempio Malatestiano
  • Celebrating the Festa de'Borg 2014, on the Ponte di Tiberio
  • Rimini on the beach - july 2014
  • The Torre Civica of Santarcangelo viewed from the lower town
  • Piazza Tre Martiri's clock tower - la torre dell'Orologio
  • Dawn over Rimini's beachfront
  • Sunshine on Rimini Beach
  • Ponte di Tiberio - the star of the Festa de Borg
  • The Kitsch Parade arrives on the Ponte di Tiberio, Festa de'Borg 2014
  • Rimini Harbour - boats entering the porto canale
  • A sunny autumn sunday on rimini beach
  • Montescudo clock tower - from the 14th century
  • Where the Marecchia river meets the adriatic
  • Rimini's Corso d'Augusto - one of the main shopping streets
  • Rimini's seascape in the autumn
  • The Arco d'Agosto lit up in preparation for the Notte Rosa