Florence can be well-described as a Renaissance shrine, from the classic architectural style evident in every building to the famous artwork by classic names like da Vinci and Michelangelo. This museum, by contrast, is 100% modern and is a nice break from the crash course in the 16th century found everywhere else in the city. Marini, who lived and worked during the 20th century, created modern sculptures and is considered one of Italy's best artists of that time. Another perk is that this place isn't as heavily packed as other museums, so you can enjoy your moment of modernity in relative peace.
Originally built in 1581, the Uffizi Gallery is one of the oldest and most famous art museums in... Read more