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A city of northern Italy on the Adriatic Sea south-southeast of Ravenna. Founded by Umbrians, it became a strategic Roman military base after the third century bc. Rimini was ruled as part of the Papal States from 1509 to 1860.
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(Placename) a port and resort in NE Italy, in Emilia-Romagna on the N Adriatic coast. Pop: 128 656 (2001). Ancient name: Ariminum
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Rim•i•ni(ˈrɪm ə ni)
1. Francesca da, Francesca da Rimini.
2. Ancient, Ariminum. a seaport in NE Italy, on the Adriatic. 130,787.
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