(Remin, Rémni or Rémne Romagnolo dialect, Ariminum in Latin) is an Italian town of 144 545 inhabitants, [2] capital of the province of Emilia-Romagna.

Rimini, Ravenna after, the main town of the Romagna region by population.
Summer resort of international renown, extends for 15 km along the coast of the Adriatic Sea with hotels, nightclubs, bathing and sports facilities.
The development of tourism, which started in 1843 with the founding of the Plant Bath, established himself definitively in the next century, losing its original connotation and aristocratic socialite and becoming a mass phenomenon.
Rimini is not just a holiday resort on the Riviera of Romagna, but also a city of historical and cultural level is not indifferent.

Founded by the Romans in 268 BC In fact, throughout the period of their rule was a crucial communication link between the north and the south of the peninsula, and on its soil Roman emperors erected monuments such as the Arch of Augustus, the Bridge Tiberius and the amphitheater, while during the early Renaissance, under the Malatesta, his court was one of the most vibrant era, hosting the likes of Leon Battista Alberti, Piero della Francesca, Roberto Valturio, Matteo de 'Pasti and producing works such as the Malatesta Temple.

In 800'' was then one of the most active cities in the revolutionary front, hosting many of the movements aimed unification, while during the Second World War the city was the scene of violent clashes and fierce bombardment, but also a fair partisan resistance, that bestowed the honor of a gold medal at the civic value.
Favorable geographic location and accommodation by the equipment, has established itself as one of the largest convention and exhibition centers in Europe, home to major events and conferences.