Guide to the Accademia Gallery in Florence

Guide to the Accademia Gallery in Florence

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Every tourist traveling to Florence plans to see the David by Michelangelo, conserved in the Accademia Gallery. Indeed, the Accademia Gallery is known in the world as the Museum of Michelangelo, due to the presence of his Prigioni and of the David, located in the Tribune.

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Guide to the Accademia Gallery in Florence is the ideal guide for enjoying the richest collection of artworks by Michelangelo to be conserved in a single museum, but also to discover the rest of a truly special museum.

The Guide to the Accademia Gallery in Florence is the ideal guide for enjoying the richest collection of artworks by Michelangelo to be conserved in a single museum, but also to discover the rest of a truly special museum.

Every tourist traveling to Florence plans to see the David by Michelangelo, conserved in the Accademia Gallery. Indeed, the Accademia Gallery is known in the world as the Museum of Michelangelo, due to the presence of his Prigioni and of the David, located in the Tribune.

However, this museum, the second most visited in Italy, offers much more to discover, such as a unique collection of gold-ground paintings or the numerous works by Giotto’s contemporaries.

For each of the 30 selected artworks, this guide provides:

an image of the artwork

a text to help visitors contextualize the artwork in its historical-artistic period

a description explaining the depicted subject

a series of guidelines for understanding the work’s importance

In addition to general information on the museum (opening hours, tickets, facilities, etc.), you will find an introduction to each of the museum’s halls, an introduction to each of its sections and a biography of Michelangelo.

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Pages

100

Photos

48

1 review for Guide to the Accademia Gallery in Florence

  1. 5 out of 5

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    How hard to find a really good e-guide for this museum! And now I got it: clear, serious, beatiful. Thanks for your work!

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