Museo di Scolca
Museum is the result of a ten-year restoration, strongly backed by Don R. Rossi, owner of the parish of S. Fortunato. This is the recovery of a treasure of culture and art in Rimini, one of the ancient Olivetan Abbey on Covignano Hill, Santa Maria Annunziata Nuova Scolca, now the seat of the parish of San Fortunato. The richness of the whole, which also includes the church built by Carlo Malatesta in 1418, the seminary and the diocesan library, is likely to be defined as "one of the most important places of art and history of the Distrect of Rimini". The four rooms, each with a different color, are home to important evidence as the original bell from 1400, ancient vestments and liturgical garments, objects belonging to the Olivetan monks, silverware, rare parchments and manuscripts of the XV-XVII century paintings. Among the most important pieces in the illuminated page of a choral century, the only survivor of religious chants of the monks after the devastation of Napoleon. Each room is dedicated to a historical era: that characterized by an earthy color to the old '400, then there is the room reserved for the' 600, the third refers to the '700 with religious vestments, while the last is dedicated the popular cult.
Wednesday 3:00/5:00 pm or by telephone appointment.