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During rebuilding work, these incredible mosaics were unearthed. They turned out to be the surgeon's house from Roman Rimini and were part of an opulent villa with a hypocaust (underground heating system). Today it has been protected by being housed inside a museum building. Normally...More
This was a highlight of Rimini for me. The mosaics were the best I had ever seen from this time. Beautiful and detailed. So well preserved.
Don’t forget to also visit the museum with the 150 medical instruments they found here. Amazing story!
Makes you realize more than ever that in Italy you're ALWAYS walking on ancient history,even if invisible. I agree with other reviews that a guide would be a great help to explain and enlarge on what you're seeing,otherwise the eye just seems to slide over...More
Heard about it in an old guide. Decided to check and was not dissapointed. Naturally much of the house was lost (and still there is a good deal on show on the Museum nearby) but the floors have survived and the lay out of the...More
The friendly hotel-boss of Riccione told me about this museum and drove me personnaly over there !! As I have been working in the field of surgical equipment , I was particularly interested . It is more than a visit worth ! You don't believe...More