Uffizi Gallery upgrades rooms 25 ~ 32

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Uffizi gallery recently upgraded rooms 25 to 32. The rooms 25 to 32 hold 16th century Florentine, Venetian, and Lombarde paintings by world-renown artists such as Michelangelo. Since Uffizi gallery, built as an office building in 16th century, the much

The Mark of the Medici exhibition, Medici Chapels Museum

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The Medici Chapel Museum offers a look into religious objects that once belong to the Medici family. The exhibition displays various objects that the Medici family bestowed during centuries. Relics that the public can now admire such as: crowns, alter pieces,

Project Mnemosyne at Bargello

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Have you been of a tour of any of Florence’s museum lately? Isn’t it so inconvenient to miss out on what your tour guide is saying because you just can’t hear them? Well, new technology is out to revolutionise the way

Florence’s Jewish Museum

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Aside from being one of the most beautiful and largest synagogues in Europe, it is also a museum that commemorates Jewish history in Florence. The Florence Jewish museum opened in 1981 to show its collections of Judaism in Florence to

A Regola d’Arte @ Ferragamo Museum, Florence

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Ferragamo Museum: Spotlight on Florence’s famous house