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The Museo dell'Opera del Duomo in Florence is completely new.

Published: 30/10/2015


San Bartolomeo at Monte Oliveto

A walking tour to the not so known church of San Bartolomeo at Monte Oliveto, on a panoramic position above Florence but close to the city center.

Published: 6/5/2015


Vasari’s Home opens in Florence

After being under restoration for several years, the Florentine home where Giorgio Vasari spent the last years of his life and died in 1574 is reopening to the public.
Published: 9/3/2014


Casa Siviero, the museum you don’t expect

The Museo Casa Siviero is actually a house that you enter feeling a bit intrigued, a bit intruder.
The small villa on the Lungarno Serristori has the appearance of a normal dwelling; the entrance is beside the garden.

Published: 21/8/2014


Welcome to Casa Martelli

Among the Florentine museums there is Casa Martelli and it is an astonishing place. Casa Martelli is in a palazzo in via Zannetti, once named via della Forca (Gallows Road).

Published: 21/6/2013


Museo Novecento

Dedicated to Italian art in the Twentieth Century, the Museum Novecento offers a selection of around 300 works distributed in 15 rooms, besides a study room, a department for Prints and Drawings and a room for conferences and screenings.

Published: 31/7/2014


The Crucifixion painted by Perugino

The monastery dedicated to St. Maria Maddalena de’ Pazzi, in Borgo Pinti, Florence,  was founded in 1256 and entrusted in the 14th century to Cistercian nuns.
Starting in 1481, the monastery and the church were rebuilt in Renaissance forms and at the end of the 15th century the Chapter House was frescoed by Pietro Perugino with the Crucifixion.

Published: 3/2/2011