via Garibaldi 18
he last descendent of the Tozzoni family, Sofia Serristori Tozzoni, donated the building to the town in 1981. Her wish was to offer to the citizens of Imola an integral view of the life of a noble family in a provincial town. This noble home, which has been perfectly conserved, not just architecturally but also in the furnishings, offers the visitors a clear view of the life of a 18th century noble family.
piazzale Giovanni dalle Bande Nere
The fortress, a superb example of a fortified architecture of the Medieval and Renaissance period, was founded in the XIII century. Remains of the antique period can still been seen: the doorway, with a pointed arch, the tower with the dungeons, the suggestive areas of the ground floor, and the terrace from where visitors can take a breath-taking view of the town and the surrounding hills. The original square tower is still visible today emerging from the centre of the round south-west tower.
via Sacchi 4
The ex-convent of San Domenico dates back to the 14th century and since re-opening to the public in 2011, it houses the town’s Art Gallery.
via Sacchi 4
Collezione di burattini, marionette e teatrini
Museo della Cooperativa Ceramica
Museo di arte sacra del Piratello
Museo Mostra della Resistenza e del Novecento (CIDRA)
Raccolta d'Arte Margotti
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