Casa di Dante

Casa di Dante

Dante may not even have lived here and the museum is not wholly about him. But its collection, which includes his spooky death mask, is still worth a quick visit. It’s crammed with info and artefacts explaining the history of Florence and serves as a good introduction to this remarkable city during medieval times.
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Florence City, Florence

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Florence City, Florence

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Florence City, Florence

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Museo Nazionale del Bargello

Museo Nazionale del Bargello

Florence

Prepare to see Renaissance sculpture, unmatched anywhere in the world. This fortress, once used as a prison, is now the oldest public building in Florence. Masterpieces by Michelangelo and Donatello are housed...

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Via dei Calzaiuoli

Via dei Calzaiuoli

Florence

Via dei Calzaiuoli is a cobbled and pedestrianised 15th century street that's become a very popular shopping destination. It's got its fair share of high-end shops, major brands and boutiques, and is open late...

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Chiesa e Museo di Orsanmichele

Chiesa e Museo di Orsanmichele

Florence

In the 14th century, it was a grain market, and before that, the kitchen garden of a monastery. These days it's a showcase for replicas of the bronze statues commissioned by Florentine trade guilds. Once...

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