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Museo Bardini Museo Bardini

Museo Bardini

The museum, which was originally an art gallery, was established on bequest by antique dealer Stefano Bardini, a legendary protagonist in the golden age of artwork dealings that characterized Florence between the end of the nineteenth century and the second decade of 1900, in particular under the aegis of Bernard Berenson. The museum is the home of 3,600 pieces, including paintings, sculptures made of marble, bronze and wood, armors, pottery, coins, medals, musical instruments, tapestry, ancient oriental carpets and furniture that moves time-wise from the Etruscan and Roman civilizations to the Baroque period.

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