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Museo Marino Marini, Florence

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  • Another interesting place of collection of works of art of the city of Firenze...il Marino Marini Museum
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  • Marino Marini is a sculptor (and painter) of considerable charm. His works are scattered in museums across the world, but only two museums are devoted exclusively to him: in Pistoia (his hometown) and that of Florence. Worthy of note the Museum structure, made from a converted Church in the Napoleonic period, then used inter alia to tobacco factory. In such usage dates from the girders and concrete partition now connected with walkways and stairs. This curious structure is ideal for observing from various heights and angles large sculptures. The realization of the Museum dates back to the end of the years 70 of 900 with the active participation of the artist (died 1980). It was the 200 Marine to donate the works shown (mostly sculptures, but also many paintings). When you start the exit on the right opens up access to the extraordinary hidden treasure of the Museum: the Rucellai Chapel, only part of the old church intact. In an environment that is not big, but of pure Renaissance style, is the shrine of the Holy Sepulchre, a masterpiece of Leon Battista Alberti and built in 1457-67 drawing freely to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. This would be enough jewelry to justify a visit to the Museum, if you also like Marino Marini is the case mean that you take two birds with one stone. What mind and they actually have very few visitors, no more than two or three in the hour and a half of our visit. Note for photo enthusiasts: Marine works are very photogenic and lighting is good thanks to the large Windows.
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  • Beautiful Museum in fantastic premises. Rebuilding a la Aldo Rossi. No stand... little people. Great sculptures and pictures!
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  • Excellent interior design and restoration architecture with many details for me to learn from. Amazing display design.
  • Stunning space of highest modern architecture/restoration value
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  • Incredibly beautiful building that perfectly houses Marino's wonderful work! (...and free wifi!)