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Palazzo Strozzi, Florence

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Art and cultural exhibits are housed within an important example of Florentine Renaissance architecture at Palazzo Strozzi. The symmetrical 15th-century palace, which once belonged to the Strozzi family (rivals of the Medici), displays works of art. Visit the rotating exhibits and enjoy the quiet of the interior courtyard. Before you head to Florence, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Florence vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Florence has to offer, including Palazzo Strozzi.
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  • One of the must-have Palace of Florence. Located near the Palace of offices and the ponte vecchio. Admission fees, closed on Monday
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  • One of the finest palaces in Florence Outside one of the finest palaces in Florence, beautiful backyard this Palace is a very nice place for exhibitions.
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  • Very strict palace, fortress looking like! Its completely grey, actually, nothing special. The upper floors are occupied by offices. Sometimes avant-garde exhibitions are hold inside, which look very ...  more »
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  • Fantastic modern art gallery. Really liked the current exhibition of Ai Weiwei.
  • Really impressive facade. If the suns not too hot it's a great place to stop for a beer or for some meat and cheese across the street.
  • Great museum and the smaller exhibition was even for free! Don't miss out on the cafe in the courtyard.
  • Great exhibitions. Be sure to check in advance, and reserve at least a couple of hours if you want to see the art exhibition thoroughly.
  • This is the first place I go when I come to Florence, as the art gallery here offers some of the best curated art exhibits I've ever been to, so if you are an art lover you can't miss it. There is no permanent collection on exhibit, only the temporary exhibitions which are completely diverse from one to the next.