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Porcelain Museum, Florence

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  • This is a small museum at the top of the Boboli Gardens. There is quite a collection of beautiful porcelain. It is bit of a walk up the hill from the Pitti Palace through the gardens but it is worth i...  more »
  • The exhibition isn't big, 3 rooms, one large 2 small. A lot of the same, but a few highlights indeed, especially some Greek mythology items and decorative little sculptures. Only available in combinat...  more »
  • This museum is part of the Boboli Gardens in the Pitti Palace. Its a bit of a hike up a hill to get to the museum but it is worth it for the views at the top alone. The museum itself is quite small bu...  more »