Santarcangelo di Romagna is situated in the district of Rimini, in Emilia Romagna.
The medieval splendor of this town can be seen in the Porta Campanone Vecchio, the entrance to the village in the twelfth century and Porta Cervese, dating back to the fourteenth century, which served as the entrance to the outer walls of the village.
The Rocca, also built in the fourteenth century by the Malatesta family, was the ancient defensive fortress, the only thing remaining today is the imposing tower. While the Campanone is the clock tower 25 meters high in the Gothic Revival style with the iron statue of St. Michael the Archangel. It dates back to the 800.
SantArcangelo di Romagna has given birth to Lorenzo Ganganelli, elected as Pope Clement XIV in 1769. The Ganganelli Square and the Pope Clement XIV Arch are dedicated to him.
Among the most important religious buildings there’s the Church of St. Michael the Archangel, dedicated to the patron saint and built in the sixth century with the distinction of having the bell tower located on the facade that acts as an entrance to the church.
In Santarcangelo and in other villages of the Romagna, the textile and decorative activity has a long tradition, and here we can still see an old Mangano still working for pressing hemp and cotton. 5 meters big, is operated by hand to wrap the canvas which is then decorated.
The Museum of Button, the only one in Italy, has over ten thousand historical buttons from around the world produced between 1700 and 1900. Many of these buttons represent historic events that are depicted with symbols and memorial images, which just like coins and stamps , attracted many collectors.
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