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    Palazzo Massani is a Neoclassical palace in Rimini, located across the street from the city’s Cathedral, Tempio Malatestiano.

    Today, the palace houses the offices of the Prefecture.



    Palazzo Massani was built at the end of the 19th century for the nobleman Guglielmo Massani, a great benefactor of the poor.

    The construction of the palace was entrusted to Ghinelli di Santarcangelo, who designed the structure in Neoclassical style.

    During the Second World War, the palace was badly damaged by bombings. After the war, it was the subject of a hasty and incomplete reconstruction.

    Recently, the palace was restored by Paolo Beltrambini.

    Palazzo Massani - Rimini

    the facade of Palazzo Massani



    The main facade of the palace overlooking Via IV Novembre has three floors.

    On the ground floor, there are six large windows, with a large portal in the center. The portal is surmounted by a balcony.

    Each of the two upper floors has nine rectangular windows. On the second floor, the windows have round pediments, while the windows on the third floor are surmounted by a cornice.

    Inside, we can find the remains of an ancient Roman domus (house), with a floor in pink marble slabs, and an 18th-century loggia.



    The palace is located about 500 meters away from the Rimini railway station. The closest bus stop, Duomo, is located near the palace, on the bus Line 1.

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