The Tourism Commission of the Italian province of Emilia-Romagna has announced the opening of a new museum in Rimini on the Adriatic coast in memory of the famous Italian director Federico Fellini (1920-1993).
The new museum is located in three locations in the old city: Castel Sismondo, Palazzo del Folkor and Piazza Maladesta, which will officially open on the 19th of this month. The city of Rimini witnessed the birth of the famous Italian director, who met him frequently after his visit to the Italian capital, Rome, and Federico Fellini became world famous in 1954. He also won “La Strada” and “The Sweet Life” and “La Dolce”. Vita 1960 World Fame.
The new Fellini Museum aims to highlight the cultural heritage of the best Italian director in world cinema history.
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