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Best things to do in Metropolitan City of Florence

Kunstmuseum
“An absolute must, when visiting Florence. It houses a fantastic collection of art, paintings in particular.”
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Kunstmuseum
“The Accademia Gallery is a museum in Florence, located in Via Ricasoli. The museum, fourth in Italy for number of visitors after the Uffizi, exhibits the largest number of Michelangelo's sculptures in the world, including the famous David.”
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Kunstmuseum
“Galleria Palatina, viele Werke von Raffael, Galleria Moderna, Museo degli Argenti und der Boboli Garten mit blick auf die Stadt”
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City Hall
“Beautiful medieval palace with incredible decorations. We highly recommend the Secret Passages Tour. ”
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Kunstmuseum
“einmalig in seiner Art, Statuen wie der David von Donatello und der Baccus und Brutus von Michelangelo, und viele mehr”
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Museum
“The largest concentration of Florentine monumental sculpture in the world includes medieval and Renaissance statues and reliefs in marble, bronze and silver by the leading artists of the era. ”
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Kirche
“The best street nightlife, a square full of young that use to live in Florence. Peoples sitting on the church's steps. ”
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Kunstmuseum
“In Palazzo Strozzi you can admire temporary exhibition (twice a year) all breathtaking.”
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Historische Stätte
“Very nice small museum in the hometown of Leonardo Da Vinci. make a small trekking also to see his original home. Pass between the grass if you can , it's beautiful.”
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Kirche
“Santa Maria Novella is a church in Florence, Italy, situated opposite, and lending its name to, the city's main railway station. Chronologically, it is the first great basilica in Florence, and is the city's principal Dominican church. The church, the adjoining cloister, and chapter house contain a multiplicity of art treasures and funerary monuments. Especially famous are frescoes by masters of Gothic and early Renaissance. They were financed by the most important Florentine families, who ensured themselves funerary chapels on consecrated ground. ”
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Museum
“The Medici Chapels are part of the monumental complex of San Lorenzo, which includes the basilica of San Lorenzo. The Medici Chapels are the final burial ground for the Medici family. As you enter the museum, you’ll first visit the crypt in which you’ll find several of the grand dukes of Tuscany, together with their wives (lesser known members of the illustrious Medici family). From the crypt you’ll then enter into the magnificent Chapel of Princes, easily recognized by its octagonal floor and cupola designed by Buontalenti. The last part of the chapels is the New Sacristy, designed by Michelangelo himself and built at the start of the 16th century. This is the burial ground for one of the most famous members of the family, Lorenzo the Magnificent, whose remains are buried under the altar without a grand monumental tomb because Michelagenlo left Florence and never completed his project! ”
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Science Museum
“Learn anything that relates to Galileo, collections of his work and more...do not miss!”
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Museum
“Museum: Palazzo Comunale, Pinacoteca Torre Grossa Visit the old rooms and halls from which the city has been governed for centuries and then climb to the top of the tower of the Podesta, the tallest tower and look down upon the city.”
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Museum
“The Museum of Zoology and Natural History, best known as La Specola, is an eclectic natural history museum in Florence, central Italy, located next to the Pitti Palace. The name Specola means observatory, a reference to the astronomical observatory founded there in 1790. It now forms part of the Museo di Storia Naturale di Firenze. ”
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Museum
“The Stibbert Museum (Italian: Museo Stibbert) is located on via Frederick Stibbert on the hill of Montughi in Florence, Italy. The museum contains over 36,000 artifacts, including a vast collection of armour from Eastern and Western civilizations. ”
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Museum
“ Sepolcreto of the Medici family. It hosts the graves of 50 members of the noble Florentine family. The Chapels are located in the Basilica of San Lorenzo but have an independent entrance behind the Basilica. In addition to the Crypt where the Medici are buried, the new Sagrestia, which Michelangelo built for the tombs of Lorenzo and Giuliano dei Medici, and the Cappella dei Principi, built starting from the seventeenth century as a mausoleum of the Medici, are part of the complex. A particular fact regards the imprisonment of Michelangelo who was detained there for some time”
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