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It costs €5 for concessions and €7 full price to enter to see the ,mosaics close up, but you can also see them through the large windows from the pavement.
Yet another example of the importance of Domini in Roman times
This place shows you how one house can change so many times during the centuries and maybe provoke your imagination. What you will see are reconstructed basements and parts of the walls which had in different time periods different use.
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We was on the way to New Years event and stopped in for a look. It was just amazing to see this so close to the town centre and open for every one up see .the ruins are just amazing but to see the body’s...More
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