The museum occupies the site of what used to be the convent of the Pious Sisters of the order of Oblates. The core ... More
Museo di Firenze Com'Era
The museum occupies the site of what used to be the convent of the Pious Sisters of the order of Oblates. The core exhibition, in the house of Buonarroti, obtained collections of drawings and paintings from the Uffizi and showed Florence when it was the capital of Italy. The transformation of Florence can be seen through its documentation in paintings, prints and plastics from the Renaissance to the end of the last century. The most important piece is the "Map of the succession", which is a large 19th century reproduction of a 1740 etching which showed Florence at the height of its Renaissance splendour. There are also views of Florence and lunettes which show the main Medici residences.
Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli boasts the Farnese collection which is the largest art collection in Italy. This includes precious
paintings by Titian and other great masters, antique sculptures and great Renaissance pieces from Barbo and Fulvio Orsini and ...
Bed & Breakfast La Signoria Di Firenze stands in the heart of Florence, 20 metres from Piazza della Signoria, in
the historical Calimaruzza street and in the charming scenery of the historical center of Florence. The Palace, which houses ...
This building became the site of the only extermination camp in Italy with the German occupation in 1943. Civico Museo
della Risiera di San Sabba has been a national monument since 1965. Three thousand to five thousand people lost ...