In Forlì, in Piazza Saffi, the old town, you can admire the main monuments, including one dedicated to Saffi, the Town Hall of medieval origin and the Palazzo del Podesta dating back to ‘400. Also on the square, among the religious buildings there are the Basilica of S. Mercuriale, an old abbey with the imposing Romanesque bell tower and the Cathedral. Numerous are museums present, including the Archaeological Museum A. Santarelli, the Art Gallery, the Museum of Ethnography Romagnolo Pergoli, Villa Saffi, the Museum of the Risorgimento Aurelio Saffi, the Museo Romagnolo del Teatro. In the rest of the province, in Cesena, at Piazza del Popolo, there is the sixteenth-century fountain of Francesco Masini, and the palace of Town Hall of fourteenth century. Not far from the Malatesta Fortress, surrounded by the Park of Remembrance, there is a fortress created to defend the city of Cesena which inside houses the Museum of Rural Life Romagnola, one of the most important in the region. Do not miss the cathedral, built on a Roman temple, and the Malatesta Library, the jewel of humanistic culture. In Montepoggiolo, near Terra del Sole there is one of the richest prehistoric example of northern Italy, discovered in 1983. While, in Forlimpopoli houses the Archaeological Museum. Longiano is a medieval town with double walls and three gates. Among the famous seaside resorts you can visit Cesenatico, with the famous Porto Canale, whose structure was designed by Leonardo Da Vinci in 1502 on behalf of Cesare Borgia.