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Pitti Palace is now the largest museum complex in Florence. The principal palazzo block, often in a building of this design known as the corps de logis, is 32,000 square metres. It is divided into several principal galleries or museums.
Purchased in 1550 by Cosimo I de Medici and by his wife Eleonora of Toledo to transform it into the new grand-ducal residence, Palazzo Pitti soon became the symbol of the consolidated power of the Medici over Tuscany. Palace of two other dynasties, the Habsburg-Lorraine (successors of the Medici…
Magnificent palace that hosts very interesting museums, aside one of the most beautiful garden in Italy: giardino dei Boboli.
This’s the first biggest museum of Italy 32000 mq & house of Medici families! Where you can find 4 different museum of Luxury Renaissance Art by Giorgio Vasari,Botticelli and many more famous artist! Costume gallery,Goldsmith museum,Art gallery & famous Boboli garden! Free entrance for the first…
The Palazzo Pitti was since the 16th century residence of the Dukes of Tuscany, later the Florentine residence of the King of Italy.King Victor Emmanuel III. resigned him to the Italian state in 1919- since then the Palazzo Pitti and its collections of paintings have been open to the public, among…
Palais Pitti à travers des expériences Airbnb
Découvrez ce monument emblématique grâce aux expériences Airbnb, des activités en petit groupe animées par des habitants.
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