Luca Giordano and Taddeo Mazzi at the Uffizi Gallery

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The fall 2017 exhibition in the Uffizi Gallery’s Sala del Camino sheds light on the museum’s relationship with its surrounding territory. See it until October 15, 2017.

A princely path from Palazzo Vecchio to the Uffizi

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The tiny elevated walkway preceding the rest of Florence’s Vasari Corridor has recently reopened to the public. Now you can experience the route of the Renaissance city VIPs.

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 reopening of the early renaissance rooms at the Uffizi Gallery

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Under the Uffizi project, artwork from the early renaissance were put in the Uffizi’s storage rooms in order to remodel rooms to improve the air-conditioning and lighting. After nine months of closure, the Uffizi Gallery reopens their doors to showcase

A new theory about the Annunciation of the Uffizi Gallery attributed to Leonardo

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The Tuscan Academy of Science and Literature held a conference aimed to clarify art masterpieces throughout the Renaissance. Professors discuss their thesis, sacred representation, prophecies, and political references about the Annunciation attributed to Leonardo. Professor Massimo Giontella points out previous