Museo dell'Opera del Duomo
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Beautiful and important museum in Piazza Duomo! there are the highest collection of florentine monumental sculpture in the world. Statues, medieval and renaissance reliefs in marble, bronze and silver of most artists of the time!
Originals of the bronze Battistero gates. low-relief tiles from Nicola Pisano (XIII century)
A fairly recent Museum with a different approach. Amazing to see how they built the dome of the duomo.
The largest concentration of Florentine monumental sculpture in the world includes medieval and Renaissance statues and reliefs in marble, bronze and silver by the leading artists of the era.
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