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Florence, the Renaissance Cradle
An ancient Roman colony, called at the time Florentia, rises in a valley along the Arno river.
Capital of Italy from 1865 to 1871, has always embodied the core of the Italian painting and sculpture.
The birthplace of important personalities such as: Dante, Brunelleschi, Botticelli, Cimabue, Donatello and Machiavelli, who contributed to the artistic, technical and cultural mankind's development. First time visitors see Florence as a widespread museum where you can find the most important and representative art pieces from the Italian Renaissance and beyond.
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The Florentine Museums
Uffizi Gallery: one of the most important and popular museums in the world, it preserves a collection of art works from the 13th to the 18th century, arranged in chronological order. Among them: Botticelli's Primavera and the Doni Tondo.
Accademia Gallery: the "House of Michelangelo's David", symbol of the Florentine Republic, since the 14th century has been the historical home of the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence.
In addition to the "Prisoners", who are the frame of the David, inside the gallery are exhibited many paintings of the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the early years of the 17th century.
Palazzo Pitti: the last residence of the Medici Family is now home of various museums as the Palatine Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art.
The Palatine Gallery holds works by many artists who worked for the Medici family, as Raphael, Titian, Rubens, Caravaggio and Andrea del Sarto.
The Gallery of Modern Art is composed of 30 rooms with paintings and sculptures from the late 18th century until the beginning of the 20th. Inside there are masterpieces of the Macchiaioli movement, with authors such as Fattori and Telemaco Signorini.
Boboli Gardens: an open-air museum with tree-lined avenues and blooming flowers.
The numerous fountains are famous for their beautiful water games.
The statues are surrounded by plants from around the world.
The rare plants, kept and cultivated in the garden, make of it one of a kind.
Bargello Museum: an ancient fortress in the heart of Florence. Since 1255 it has been home to important social and cultural activities in Florence.
Today within its walls we can find art works such as the Bacchus of Michelangelo and Donatello's David.
Medici Chapels: are the mausoleum of the Medici family, designed by Brunelleschi and decorated with Michelangelo's sculptures.
San Marco Museum: is located in the monastery, built by Michelozzo, contains famous frescoes by Fra Angelico among which the Annunciation located on top of the stairs leading to the dormitories.
Archaeological Museum: since 1818 hosts very important Etruscan findings like the Chimera.
Inside, there is also the Egyptian section, which is the second largest in Italy after the Egyptian Museum of Turin.