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By Author: Manuel Martini
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Florence city in Italy has a special place in the world of museums, as it houses some of the most important museums with collections of Renaissance period. The city is a must visit for all art lovers, since every museum in Florence has most valuable collection of art of 13th century to 18th century.

The most famous among all the museums is the Uffizi gallery, which is the most visited place in Florence. Advanced reservations are a must to avoid the wait to enter this museum. This museum contains some of the most famous works of Michelangelo, Raphael, Caravaggio, Bernini and many others. The Accademia Gallery is also a very famous museum which is a treat for all Michelangelo lovers. The museum has two floors dedicated to the Florentine art work of 14th and 15th century. The museum has original art works of Michelangelo including ‘The Statue of David’. The Museum is also famous because of the original incomplete art work of Michelangelo, found here. It also contains works from great artists like Filippo Lippi, Bartolini, Giambologna, Portelli, Andre Del Sarto, Giovanni da Milano, Gherardo ...
... Starnina, Lorenzo Monaco and many more.

Joining the list of must-visit museums is the Museum of Cathedral, which consists of gothic Cathedral art work and other important works including ‘Pieta’ By Michelangelo, ‘Mary Magdalen’ by Donatello, ‘Boniface VIII’ by Arnolfo di Cambia and ‘Cantoria’ by Luca Della Robbia. The Cathedral itself is beautifully designed and built with the highlight being Giotto bell tower, designed by Giotto himself.

Another important museum in Renaissance City of Florence is the Museum of San Marco, which is famous for its architectural details. The museum demonstrates the architectural style of a fifteenth century convent, with every detail highlighting the simplistic lifestyle. It also contains the art work of Fra Angelico, in the form of paintings and frescos on the panels and walls of the interiors of the museum. Most famous of them are ‘Annunciation’ and ‘The Three Maries’. The museum is also famous for the fresco of ‘The Last Supper’ created by Ghirlandaio at the end of 15th century.

Advanced bookings can avoid long waits for entrances, and can also give some discounts for the package museum tours in Florence. Since the museums are closely situated, walking tours of Florence city museums are famous among the tourists. Also, packaged museum tours offer day tours to two or three museums, with no long queues to enter into each of them.
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If you are planning to visit museums in Italy, Manuel can help to avoid queues with online Uffizi tickets reservation, and the same is possible to do in Rome, reserving Colosseum tickets with an easy and fast procedure

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