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Museo Interreligioso - Interfaith Museum

A unique place for meetings and dialogue

Open from Tuesday to Sunday: 10am - 13am / 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Closed on Mondays.
Guided tours, for groups of at least 15 people, with advance booking

Temporarily open on Saturdays and Sundays from 3pm to 6 pm only by reservation and for small groups (from 10 to max 20 people).
Booking preferably online:

Ticket: € 8,00
Reduced ticket: € 5,00

Next openings:

- Saturday 16th april : 3-6 pm
- Sunday 17th april: 9:30 am -12:30 am and 3 -6 pm
- Monday 18th april: 9:30 am -12:30 am and 3 -6 pm

25th april
- Saturday 23rd april 3 - 6pm
- Sunday 24th april: 9:30 am -12:30 am and 3 -6 pm
- Lunedì 25th april: 3 - 6 pm

1st may
- saturday 30th april : 3 -6 pm
- Sunday 1st may:3 - 6 pm

Established as a joint initiative by the Diocese of Forlì-Bertinoro, the Municipality of Bertinoro and the University Residential Centre, the Museum was opened on 10 June 2005.

It was conceived by Forlì Senator Leonardo Melandri, who brought together leading figures (theologists, architects and artists) of national and international fame from the three monotheistic faiths to create it. The Museum is thus the outcome of their joint endeavours and is constructed around a number of themed visitor paths, which also include major works of art.

The main doorway, designed by artist Mario Di Cicco, is the work of a group of artists (potters, wood carvers, sculptors).

The Museum covers the three great monotheist religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam), which have profoundly shaped the history, culture and identify of the peoples of the Mediterranean and thus of the entire world.