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Museo Marino Marini, Florence

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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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  • Art is a very personal thing: if you do appreciate the art of Marino Marini then you would probably want to rate this more highly. Little can be seen inside of what the guide book says is "one of the ...  more »
  • Me and my partner have left Saturday morning from Bologna to Florence by train and visit the Marino Marini Museum that my boyfriend is a big fan. The Museum is housed in the former Church of San Pancrazio. The former church was renovated. It seems to go into a sitting room where the works are spread here and there, enriched by natural light coming in through the stained glass Windows. The various versions of the Knight dominate the ENTR. It is arranged on several floors and you have the opportunity to see the works from different angles and capture details otherwise not visible. The real surprise was the shrine of the Holy Sepulchre. Speechless by its beauty. A video explaining the history of its creation. summarily Recommended
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  • Incredibly beautiful building that perfectly houses Marino's wonderful work! (...and free wifi!)
  • The most interesting thing about this museum is the structure. The former church that houses the Museum was adapted in very interesting way to its new function. Of great interest is also the chapel of the Rucellai family, a real hidden gem!
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  • Closed on 6 August, today ... will reopen on 5 September. Only in Italy they spit on tourism. Shameful.
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  • A must visit for anyone who appreciates Museum little frequented, the sculptures of Marini
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  • Ok