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Palazzo Pitti

Category: Monuments + Museums + Sightseeing + Tours

Piazza Pitti 1, Firenze, 50125

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Palazzo Pitti, Florence - Reviews of Palazzo Pitti - IgoUgo
Halfway through the 15th century Luca Pitti entrusted Brunelleschi with a large building project in the Boboli hills. Work began in 1457 but was only completed after the middle of the 16th century by the Medici who chose it as their palace. The building was enlarged, the interior decorated luxurious...
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Pitti Palace (Palazzo Pitti) - Florence - Reviews of Pitti Palace (Palazzo Pitti) - TripAdvisor
We visited Florence June 21-24, 2005. Pitti Palace is located just across the Ponte Vecchio on the south side of the Arno River. Impressive structure from the outside. However, disappointed ...
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Florence: Pitti Palace (Palazzo Pitti) - Traveler Reviews - Best Gallery in Florence - TripAdvisor
I lived across the street from the Pittie Palace for four wonderful months and spent many hours in the Galleria Pallatina. This gallery is a must for anyone interested in art and visiting Florence, and is a great haven for those sick of the lines at the Uffizzi. The collection is wonderful, maybe th...
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George Woodman at Palazzo Pitti - Florence, Italy - Review of Exhibitions Art in America - Find Articles
Like the Palazzo Pitti, Woodman's photographs are themselves baroque in their profusion and complication of imagery. Loss and regeneration are constant themes. Woman with a Fan (1990) superimposes a mannequin dressed in an 18th-century gown of lace and flounces upon a Classical female torso in marbl...
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iExplore Community: Palazzo Pitti - Florence, Italy
Boboli Gardens, an 11-acre masterpiece of landscape architecture, rises behind the palace. This was the first important addition after Medicis acquired Palazzo Pitti. Near the main buildings are formal gardens with symmetrical hedges, fountains, statues and an amphitheatre, a unique outdoor location...
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