Parco Alcide Cervi is a public park located in the Italian city of Rimini. It is considered as one of the most beautiful attractions of the city. It is a highly frequented destination during the summer season.
One can reach the park by the bike path Claudia Ugolini, which gives a respite from the traffic on the streets of the city. The park features a famous monument by Elio Morri dedicated to the Resistance.
The monument, inaugurated in 1973, celebrates the partisan resistance and its victims. The park also features a fountain which was opened in 2009. The fountain is somewhat debated for its modern design.