The main monuments of Pesaro are sites in People’s Square, starting from the Ducal Palace and the city museums, including the Museum of Ceramics, the most important in Italy, where they collected specimens of the most famous factories of the Renaissance and the Art Gallery , with works by Giovanni Bellini, Vitale from Bologna, Guido Reni. Not far away you can admire the Archaeological Museum Oliveriano that preserves in seventeenth-century rooms ancient works that deserve to be discovered. Do not miss the Rocca Costanza, built by Costanzo Sforza between 1474 and 1483, which is the most important fortification of the city and the house-museum of the famous composer Gioacchino Rossini. In Urbino, medieval town surrounded by walls built in the sixteenth century by the Montefeltro it is recommended to visit the Palazzo Ducale, the example of a new architecture. Through the grand staircase decorated by Ambrogio Barocci on the main floor of the building, you get to the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, a museum with works of great value. The cathedral was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1789 in the neoclassical style, with the adjacent Diocesan Museum. In the rest of the province there are medieval villages, often it surrounded by walls. This is the case of Casteldimezzo, overlooking the sea; Gradara, with walls made up of towers and battlements and Focara, a picturesque medieval town perched on a cliff. In Fano we recommend a visit to the ancient Arch of Augustus and the Palazzo Malatesta, that is home of the Civic Museum and Art Gallery.