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Tempio Malatestiano – a side view from via Serpieri

Rimini’s famous Tempio Malatestiano is usually viewed from the front, from Via IV Novembre, for its famous facade designed by Leon Battista Alberti. Here we have a different view, from the side street of Via Serpieri – showing off the more modern part of the Church.

A side view of the Tempio Malatestiano

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