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In the town that gave the great man his name, this fitting museum is dedicated to highlighting his legacy.
The most visited museum in Florence is jam-packed with art treasures that shouldn't be missed.
A museum dedicated to the iconic scooter that captures the imagination world-wide.
Trace the history of Arezzo from the Etruscan period through the Middle Ages at the Museo Archeologico di Arezzo, at the ancient amphitheater.
Not just an ordinary museum of religious art, the Diocesan Museum in Cortona has nine rooms of masterpieces.
Housed in Palazzo Casali, which is also home to city hall, on the main piazza of Cortona is the impressive Etruscan Museum.
Classic and contemporary uses and art from iron are the theme of this interesting museum in Follonica.
The Jewish History Museum Yeshiva Marina is housed in the 18th century neoclassic Marini Oratorio.
Located in Lucca's prominent Palazzo Guinigi, this is a small but sobering museum.
Yes, this museum is famous because of a singular sculpture, but don't miss the other works of art here.
Volterra is one of Tuscany's beautiful town, and it has a unique craft.
One of Florence's most underrated museums is set in one of the city's oldest buildings.
An overlooked but interesting museum in Castelfiorentino is dedicated to Benozzo Gozzoli, a Florentine artist whose works are found around Italy and in museums around the world.
Casa Buonarroti was the family seat for the family that would become famous thanks to a certain artist known as Michelangelo.
Arezzo's most famous home-town artist is Giorgio Vasari, a noted painter, architect and writer.
In the Piazza Duomo at Arezzo's upper end, the Diocesan Museum is set within the Palazzo Vescovile.
In Suvereto there is a different type of museum -one dedicated to a special doll collection.
Shoe lovers will not want to miss this museum, dedicated to the famous footware of Ferragamo.
An interesting art detour in Florence will take you to the Medici Chapels Museum.
A must-see museum when in Siena, located in the city's landmark Palazzo Pubblico on the characteristic Piazza del Campo.
This overlooked museum is right in the heart of historic Florence, near the Ponte Vecchio and Piazza della Signoria.
Santa Verdiana is the patron saint and symbol of the city, so it's no surprise that you'll find a museum dedicated to the noblewoman-turned-saint in her hometown.
The Museum of Medieval and Modern Art in Arezzo holds many beauties inside, and here "modern" means Renaissance.
Cortona is already known for its archeology parks with Etruscan ruins, so it makes sense that one of the country's best museums on the subject is found there.
The palazzo-like building was converted into a church with distinctive statues.
Among the Renaissance treasures and art icons of Florence is a different kind of treasure trove.
One of Florence's most impressive museums is across the river in an opulent palace.
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