Museo Del Bargello - Priority Ticket

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With this ticket you can skip the entrance line of the Bargello museum and visit one of the most beautiful and evocative museums of the Renaissance in Florence in peace. The building, in the shape of a medieval fort, was built between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries century and represented the first seat of government and republic Fiorentina, in which Dante Alighieri also participated. Later it became a prison, as well as a place of executions public in Florence and finally it was also a convent. The museum we know today houses a huge number of works of art, mostly sculptures, statues and bas-reliefs of the greatest Florentine Renaissance artists including Donatello, L.Ghiberti, F. Brunelleschi, Giambologna Cellini, Luca and Andrea Della Robbia, Mino Da Fiesole, Desiderio Da Settignano and some early works by Michelangelo. All this illustrated in a beautiful fourteenth-century setting, the courtyard and the rooms in fact, they originate in the thirteenth century.

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Stop At: Museo Nazionale del Bargello

Come and visit one of the most beautiful and evocative museums of the Renaissance a Florence. The building, in the shape of a medieval fort, was built between the XI and the IV century and represented the first seat of government and republic Fiorentina, in which Dante Alighieri also participated. Later it became a prison and a place of executions public in Florence and finally it was also a convent. The Museum that we know today houses a huge number of works of art, in most sculptures, statues and bas-reliefs of the greatest Florentine Renaissance artists such as the beautiful Terre Cotte di Luca e Andrea Della Robbia, the statues of Donatello, Mino Da Fiesole, Desiderio Da Settignano, the Bottega dei Rossellino, the Formelle Bronzee for the Baptistery of Florence by L. Ghiberti and F. Brunelleschi, works by Giambologna Cellini e some early works by Michelangelo. All this illustrated in a beautiful fourteenth-century frame, the courtyard and the rooms in fact, they originate from the fourteenth century.
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