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  • San Miniato

    Het museum van de bisdommen in San Miniato
    Dit museum bevindt zich in een gedeelte naast de kathedraal, in de voormalige sacristie. Het huisvest een collectie bestaande uit beeldhouwwerken, schilderijen en andere kunstwerken uit verschillende parochies in het bisdom. De bouw van de kerk en de bouwmethode die gebruikt werd, worden grafisch, fotografisch en met andere leermiddelen weergegeven. 
    Openingstijden:
    1 november t/m 1 maart - donderdag t/m zondag, van 10.00-17.00 uur.
    1 april t/m 31 oktober - donderdag t/m zondag, van 10.00-18.00 uur.
    ’s Maandags gesloten.
    Adres: Piazza del Duomo 1, San Miniato

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Full-day Leonardo Da Vinci Museum in Florence

The Museum, dedicated to the thought and works of Leonardo da Vinci, is situated in the historical center of Florence, 200 meters from the Duomo cathedral and very close to the Accademia gallery. Inside, visitors will discover working and interactive reproductions of “Leonardo’s Machines”, created from the famous “Da Vinci Codes”.

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