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Best things to do in Metropolitan City of Florence

Museum
“For a deep knowledge of history hour planet a prehistoric trip for baby and adults ”
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Kunstmuseum
“To be book months in advance . This corridor takes you from the old Medici's Palace -Palazzo vecchio - to the new one - Palazzo Pitti crossing the river on the top the shops of the old bridge - Ponte Vecchio - passing thru the church and the Chapel where the Medici's Ladies used to pray. ”
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History Museum
“Anche conosciuto come Museo della Casa Fiorentina Antica, il Palazzo è un'antica dimora trecentesca della famiglia dei Davizzi, mercanti e banchieri fiorentini. Also known as the Museum of the Historic Florentine House, it was home to the Davizzi, a wealthy family of merchants and bankers.”
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Museum
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Museum
“Masaccio first renaissance painter place of birth, hosting contemporary art exhibitions.”
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Kirche
“Nel pieno centro storico di Firenze non si può non ammirare la Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, il campanile di Giotto ed il Battistero di San Giovanni...”
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Kunstmuseum
“Michelangelo Buonarroti family home. 17th-century palace museum with frescoes, housing Michelangelo's early marble reliefs & drawings. Open 10 AM to 5 PM, closed Tuesdays”
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Museum
“The museum takes its name from its creator Stefano Bardini (1836-1922), amongst the most prominent Italian antiquarians, that after being a merchant for several years, decided to turn his private collection into a museum and to donate it to the Municipality of Florence.”
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Museum
“War ehemals eine Markthalle und groesster Kornspeicher innerhalb der Stadtmauern einer mittelalterlichen Stadt.”
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Kunstmuseum
“A rich collection of the works of Marino Marini, the renowned sculptor from Pistoia. They are conserved in the historic church of San Pancrazio, which was transformed into his museum in the 1980's.”
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Museum
“The Ospedale degli Innocenti (Italian pronunciation: [ospeˈdaːle deʎʎ innoˈtʃɛnti]; 'Hospital of the Innocents', also known in old Tuscan dialect as the Spedale degli Innocenti) is a historic building in Florence, Italy. It was designed by Filippo Brunelleschi,[1][2] who received the commission in 1419 from the Arte della Seta. It was originally a children's orphanage. It is regarded as a notable example of early Italian Renaissance architecture. The hospital, which features a nine bay loggia facing the Piazza SS. Annunziata, was built and managed by the "Arte della Seta" or Silk Guild of Florence.[3] That guild was one of the wealthiest in the city and, like most guilds, took upon itself philanthropic duties. ”
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Museum
“A recent opening by the best Michelin -starred chef in the world Massimo Bottura.”
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Museum
“A fashion museum dedicated to the master shoe maker, Salvatore Ferragamo. Although born in the south of Italy, in the 1920's Ferragamo gravitated to Florence in search of expert craftsmen capable of producing quality shoes by hand. He found them, and the rest - as the saying goes - is history! Learn about how a boy from a family of 14 created a Florentine shoe empire, see prototypes of Ferragamo's highly creative shoe models, and see examples of shoes custom-made for Hollywood stars such as Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor.”
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Museum
“museo di uno dei principali interpreti dell'Arte Liberty, nel contesto di una villa con parco sede anche dell'ufficio turistico”
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History Museum
“If you're a fan of Leonardo da Vinci, you'll probably want to stop in Vinci, his birthplace and spend an hour or two in this museum dedicated to Leonardo, the Inventor. It features full-scale models of his machines and inventions, and set within an historical context. The museum store is also fun, full of Leonardiano, from silk scarves to shopping bags and build it yourself kits.”
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History Museum
“The National Archaeological Museum of Florence (Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze) is one of the oldest museums of its kind in Italy. It holds Etruscan, Greek and Roman collections, and houses the Egyptian Museum, the second largest collection of Egyptian artefacts in Italy, after that in Turin. The museum was inaugurated in 1870 by King Victor Emmanuel II, soon after which it needed to be relocated due to lack of space to its current location Palazzo della Crocetta, a palace built in 1620 for princess Maria Maddalena de’ Medici, sister of Cosimo II de’ Medici. Large parts of the Etruscan, Greek and Roman collections were collected the Medici and Lorraine families. Also the Egyptian ”
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