Rimini

Rimini (11, with suburbs 20), a walled city of N. Italy, of much historic interest both in ancient and mediæval times, on the small river Marecchia, spanned by a fine Roman bridge close to its entrance into the Adriatic, 69 m. SE. of Bologna; has a 15th-century Renaissance cathedral, an ancient castle, and other mediæval buildings, a Roman triumphal arch, &c.; manufactures silks and sail-cloth.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Rigveda * Rimmon
Riehm, Edward
Rienzi, Cola di
Riesengebirge
Rifacimento
Riff
Riga
Rigdum Funnidos
Rights, Declaration of
Rigi
Rigveda
Rimini
Rimmon
Rinaldo
Rinderpest
Ring and the Book
Rio de Janeiro
Rio Grande
Rio Grande do Norte
Rio Grande do Sul
Rio Negro
Rioja

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Adimari, Raphael
Alberti, Leon Baptista
Augurello, John Aurelio
Basin
Battaglini, Mark
Bianchi, John
Boscovich, Roger Joseph
Bower, Archibald
Conti, Giusto Di
Ganganelli, John Vincent Antony
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