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Among the Florentine museums there is Casa Martelli and it is an astonishing place. Casa Martelli is in a palazzo in via Zannetti, once named via della Forca (Gallows Road).

Published: 21/6/2013


The Stefano Bardini Museum

It is not enough known but it is an important museum for Florence. A long and accurate restorations work aimed at re-establishing the configuration which its founder, the antiquarian Stefano Bardini, had originally given the exhibition.

Published: 21/5/2013


The Crucifixion painted by Perugino

The monastery dedicated to St. Maria Maddalena de’ Pazzi, in Borgo Pinti, Florence,  was founded in 1256 and entrusted in the 14th century to Cistercian nuns.
Starting in 1481, the monastery and the church were rebuilt in Renaissance forms and at the end of the 15th century the Chapter House was frescoed by Pietro Perugino with the Crucifixion.

Published: 3/2/2011