The Interreligious Museum was officially founded in 2005 and is located inside the oldest parts of the Rocca Vescovile di Bertinoro: the dungeons and the cistern dating back to the 12th century.
The exhibition itinerary is divided into 15 rooms and is divided into three sections.
The first is dedicated to the common and shared aspects between Jews, Christians and Muslims.
The second is monographic and addresses the historical developments that led the monotheistic religions to create and enrich their specific identities.
The third is dedicated to the experiences that led to the definition of the heritage of values that characterizes Monotheism.