University of Florence Natural History Museum, Florence
(3.9/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • In biological museums across Italy had to visit more than once, but in museums with strong palaeontological bias only twice. This is the best! Very large collection of skeletons of ancient animals, exposure and beautifully decorated. The Florentine Museum able to surprise their unexpectedness.
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  • Florence is not the first time, most museums already thoroughly completed. But it turns out something interesting there. Museum of natural history is located on the right side of the Temple of San Marco, the ticket costs 6 euros (Incidentally, on Wednesday is a day off). The Museum exposition with huge skeletons of prehistoric animals and birds more than impressive! Mastodon and cat sablezubogo've never seen before. The majority of findings occurred in the Tuscan lands.
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  • In the Faculty of geology is this Museum: on the one hand there is an exhibition on the fossils, the other an exhibition of minerals. In both sections there are many exhibits with educational explanations in Italian ... It's all very interesting but being a museum suitable for children would have to modernize and make more interactive: no one reads all the small written explanation while with an audioguide to learn would be much simpler. The whale fossil room is beautiful and interactive. The University Museum is therefore probably doesn't have a lot of money. But why not "exploiting" final year students in various disciplines to modernize it?!?
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