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Gucci Museum in Florence

Gucci Museum

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The Gucci Museum in Florence tells the story of the Italian fashion and leather goods manufacturer, from its early start in the city of Florence to the global biggest-selling Italian brand that it is today. Gucci was founded in 1921 in Florence by Guccio Gucci, … [read more]

Museo Marino Marini in Florence

Museo Marino Marini

Museo Marino Marini in Florence aims to conserve, protect and promote the work by the Italian sculptor and painter Marino Marini. Space is also dedicated to events and exhibitions of contemporary artists, from the 20th century to the current day. Marino Marini (1901-1980) was most … [read more]

Museo Novecento in Florence

Museo Novecento

Museo Novecento in Florence is dedicated to Italian art of the 20th century. Around 300 paintings, sculptures, videos, and installations take the visitor back from the 1990s to the beginning of the 1900s. The collection, spread out over 15 exhibition areas, is displayed in a … [read more]

Bronze statue of Hypnos (1st century AD) at the National Archaeological Museum of Florence

National Archaeological Museum of Florence

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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 … [read more]

Orsanmichele Church and Museum in Florence

Orsanmichele Church and Museum

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Orsanmichele is a non-conventional church in the centre of Florence. The building originally served as a grain market and municipal storage facility, which was then consecrated for Christian worship in the 14th century. Chutes for the grain inside the church’s pillars tell the story of … [read more]

Palazzo Strozzi, Florence

Palazzo Strozzi

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Palazzo Strozzi, located in the heart of Florence, is one of the finest examples of private architecture of the Renaissance. After a long history, it is now a cultural centre hosting major international exhibitions, fashion shows and other cultural events. The palace is named after … [read more]

Palazzo Vecchio in Florence

Palazzo Vecchio

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Palazzo Vecchio was already the headquarters of the Florentine government in the days when Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo were living and working in Florence, and it still houses the office of the mayor of Florence and is it the seat of the City Council. … [read more]

Salvatore Ferragamo, Sandal made for Judy Garland (1938)

Salvatore Ferragamo Museum

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The Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence is dedicated to the history of the Ferragamo brand, to the life of its founder, and to his creations. It was opened in 1995 with the aim to introduce its visitors to the artistic qualities of Ferragamo and to … [read more]

Santo Stefano al Ponte in Florence

Santo Stefano al Ponte

Santo Stefano al Ponte is a 12th century church in Romanesque style. It is located near the Ponte Vecchio, to which it owes its name (ponte means bridge). Through the centuries the building has undergone many changes and restorations. In the 20th century the church … [read more]