Forlì is a city in Italy's northern Emilia-Romagna region. The Museums San Domenico, housed in a medieval convent, feature art and sculpture exhibits. Nearby, Palazzo Romagnoli displays Italian art collections, which include works by De Chirico. The Rocca di Ravaldino is a medieval fortress now used for concerts and exhibitions. South is Villa Carpena, a museum dedicated to Mussolini, Italy's leader during WW II.