The territory of Rimini
The territory of Rimini and ‘ only partially pianeggiante.Alle shoulders of the city’ rises the hill of Covignano and a little more ‘ distant Mount Titano far more’ massive movement to south and jagged and the horizon to the east with the sea lapping the promontoriodi Gabicce . The waterways , with their wide beds and gravel help to make the various territorioricco of rilievi.Il Marecchia , Conca who was born in montefeltro.Il montefeltro however, has a very specific character and its specific history occupying a strategic position for collegamentifra the Po Valley and the central and southern part of the penisola.E ‘ significant that the diocese of Montefeltro did not have until the seventeenth secolouna Episcopalian stable ( San Leo , San Marino, Talamello Montetassi , Valley Sant’anastasio, Pennabilli ) were temporary residences of the bishop and sometimes its stationery and his court. One of these ‘managed to maintain its independence until today thanks to a series of favorable circumstances : it is the Republic of San Marino which belongs to the Diocese of Montefeltro , and that during its long history and is’ most supported ‘ in Urbino and the Marche and Romagna in Rimini . Since Roman times Rimin has exerted its influence on a wide range territorio.Dal twelfth century saw established its supremacy on the hilly part of the Malatesta , who Pennabilli and Verucchio were able to control the middle valley of the upper part dominated by Marecchianella carpegna and Montefeltro.