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  • 1. Antiquarium Poggio Civitate


    An imposing bishop's palace holds this unique museum of Etruscan objects. Although there are many beautiful pieces displayed in an intelligent...Read More

  • 2. Museo d'Arte Sacra


    Today quiet Buonconvento is worth a stop for a look at its tiny museum, a two-room picture gallery with more than its fair share of works by...Read More

  • 3. Museo d'Arte Sacra e Archeologico Palazzo Corboli


    Palazzo Corboli, a magnificent palace dating from the 12th century, has been refurbished and houses the Museo d'Arte Sacra e Archeologico. The...Read More

  • 4. Museo dell'Opera

    Città | Museum/Gallery

    Part of the unfinished nave of what was to have been a new cathedral, the museum contains the Duomo's treasury and some of the original decoration...Read More

  • 5. Museo Etrusco Guarnacci


    An extraordinarily unique collection of Etruscan relics is made all the more interesting by clear explanations in English. The bulk of the collection...Read More

  • 6. Santa Maria della Scala

    Città | Museum/Gallery

    For more than 1,000 years, this complex across from the Duomo was home to Siena's hospital, but now it serves as a museum to display some terrific...Read More

  • 7. Accademia di Belle Arti

    Educational Institution

    During the 19th and 20th centuries Carrara became a hotbed for anarchism, and during World War II it put up fierce resistance to the Nazis....Read More

  • 8. Casa di Giorgio Vasari

    Historic Home

    Giorgio Vasari (1511–74), the region's leading mannerist artist, architect, and art historian, designed and decorated this house after he bought...Read More

  • 9. Casa di Santa Caterina

    Camollìa | Historic Home

    Caterina Benincasa was born here in 1347. She had divine visions and received the stigmata, but is most famous for her words and her argumentative...Read More

  • 10. Collegiata di Sant'Andrea


    The Collegiata di Sant'Andrea is a jewel of a museum, filled with terracotta sculptures from the della Robbia school, including one by Andrea...Read More

  • 11. Fondazione Marino Marini


    Lest you think that Tuscany produced only Renaissance artists, the Fondazione Marino Marini presents many works from its namesake modern native...Read More

  • 12. La Certosa di Pisa


    A certosa is a monastery whose monks belong to the strict Carthusian order. This vast and sprawling complex, begun in 1366, was suppressed...Read More

  • 13. Musei dell'Antico Palazzo dei Vescovi


    At the end of the 11th century, the bishop of Pistoia began construction on this palace. One thousand years later, it houses several collections...Read More

  • 14. Museo Archeologico


    Exhibits at this museum reconstruct the island's ancient history through a display of Etruscan and Roman artifacts recovered from shipwrecks. ...Read More

  • 15. Museo Archeologico


    The Archaeological Museum in the Convento di San Bernardo, just outside the Anfiteatro Romano, exhibits a fine collection of Etruscan bronzes. ...Read More

  • 16. Museo Archeologico


    The 13th-century Palazzo Pretorio, on Piazza Garibaldi, is home to this fascinating museum with plenty of Etruscan artifacts. A number of displays...Read More

  • 17. Museo Arte e Storia della Miniera


    This museum, in the upper part of town, shows how dependent Massa Marittima has been since Etruscan times on the mining of copper, lead, and...Read More

  • 18. Museo Civico


    Piero della Francesca is the star at this small provincial museum. Three—possibly four—of his works are on display: the reassembled altarpiece...Read More

  • 19. Museo Civico


    The Palazzo del Comune, begun around 1295, houses the Museo Civico, containing works by local artists from the 13th to 19th century. ...Read More

  • 20. Museo Civico


    The impressive civic museum occupies what was the "new" Palazzo del Popolo; the Torre Grossa is adjacent. Dante visited San Gimignano for only...Read More

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