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What to see in Florence in Italy
TUffizi Gallery, to take a look-see at Italy’s most celebrated painters’ creations.
Accademia Gallery which is famous for its Michelangelo collection, especially because of one of the artist’s masterpieces: the statue of David.
The Museo dell’ Opera del Duomo contains many pieces (sculptures and paintings) taken from the breathtaking Florence Cathedral. The Archaeological Museum contains an impressive Egyptian collection, the second most significant in Italy.
Museo Galileo also houses an impressive muster of exhibitions and events.
The Natural History Museum is the most important naturalistic museum in Italy and one of the greatest in the world, with an awe-inspiring 8 million specimen collection.
The Opificio delle Pietre Dure, one of the country’s most important museums. Don’t forget to check out the Cathedral, a one-of-a-kind construction.
Some typically Italian palaces you mustn’t omit is the Pitti Palace, which houses the Gallery of Modern Art, the Palatine Gallery, the Costume Gallery, the Porcelain Museum, the Boboli Gardens and the Museo degli Argenti.
Other notable palaces are the Palazzo Vecchio, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Palazzo Magnani Feroni, Palazzo Rucellai and Palazzo Strozzi.