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Museo Zoologico La Specola, Florence
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  • At the side of Palazzo Pitti, unfortunately not publicized coma deserves, the Observatory is a great trip in animal science, suitable for everyone. The second part offers a wonderful adventure in the human body with cleaved wax anatomical ... A show! To try out.
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  • A really interesting Museum outside the fleets of mass tourism. We must not make queues to get it sgomitarsi inside to see the various shrines. A niche for museum lovers of animals and things a little more detail. A must see.
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  • I had the opportunity to visit this ancient Museum with guided via the Tribuna di Galileo up to the dome of the Tower that reopened in 2009 but only accessible by appointment with the clerk. I'm sorry it wasn't including a visit to the Hall of skeletons. It's a surreal collection of terrestrial wildlife species extinct every embalmed with also a very interesting and detailed reproduction varieties and well made of human anatomy in wax, where all fans of the genre will indulge (doctors, medical students). I also recommend a visit to the torrino (replaced by the Observatory at Arcetri) with its history and its science instruments to observe the sky and to scan the time and seasons. Very relaxing garden in the inner courtyard fronting the Boboli Gardens. A curiosity: the Medici family could reach this place from above, starting from Palazzo Vecchio and the Vasari Corridor through the Uffizi Gallery, the Pitti Palace and the Halls of Poccianti which unfortunately no longer accessible for centuries, but only externally visible from the Tower. And the Tower you can enjoy a splendid sight to 360 • in town. VISIT IT.
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