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museums in Florence
Firenze - via Ricasoli, 60 closed on: Mondays, January 1, May 1, and December 25
The Accademia Gallery (Italian: Galleria dell’Accademia) is an art museum in Florence, central Italy, most famous for the David sculpture by Michelangelo
Firenze - Palazzo Spini Feroni - Piazza Santa Trinità, 5/r closed on: none
The Ferragamo museum in Florence is a must-see for fashion lovers. The museum is focused on the history of one of the most renowned Italian fashion firms
Firenze - Costa San Giorgio, 2 closed on: Mondays, January 1 and December 25
The Museo Roberto Capucci is a fashion museum in Florence, housed in the 17th century Villa Bardini, not far from Palazzo Pitti and the Forte di Belvedere
Firenze - Piazza Pitti, 1 closed on: none
The Pitti Palace in Florence is a famous museum complex dedicated to fine art, decorative arts and fashion and includes also the renowned Boboli Gardens
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The Uffizi Gallery in Florence presented in October 2014 an innovative multimedia installation allowing users to virtually visit the impressive Tribuna room
In the year of a World Exposition focused on food the historical cooking facility of the Pitti Palace in Florence has been restored and opened to the public
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From 10 March through 23 July, 2017 the Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi in Florence presents the exhibition “Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance”.
Palazzo Strozzi in Florence presents the exhibition “Ai Weiwei. Libero” with bothbnew and well-known works on show throughout the spaces of the palace.
A ramp, clad with iron plates burnished and slightly oxidized, has been designed by Studio Lauria for the 2016 edition of IT4FASHION, in Florence.
19 March through July 24, 2016, Palazzo Strozzi hosts the exhibition FROM KANDINSKY TO POLLOCK. The Art of the Guggenheim Collections
Until January 2015, Palazzo Strozzi in Florence presents the exhibition Picasso and Spanish Modernity, with paintings, sculptures, drawings, and engravings