The Company, constituted by the Municipality of Fiesole in 1996, works in the field of the cultural heritage and of the management of Museums.
The offical website of 13 of the most important museums of Florence: Galleria dell'Accademia, Galleria degli Uffizi, Galleria Palatina, Museo degli Argenti, Galleria d'Arte Moderna e del Costume, Cappelle Medicee, Museo di San Marco, Museo del Bargello, Cenacolo di Andrea del Sarto, Museo Davanzati, Giardino di Boboli, Museo Archeologico, Museo dell'Opificio delle Pietre Dure.
An initiative addressed to the exposition, a site where you can find informations about shows, and art galleries present in town. Consult the pert dedicated to events to know dates and places for art and printing exibition.
An interesting site about the Museums and the Collections of Florence, with good descriptions and high quality photos of some masterpieces.
Il Giardino di Daniel Spoerri
Il Giardino di Daniel Spoerri is a park who hosts a collection of sculptures and installations of contemporary art with the contribution of several artists.The exhibitions are annuals.
Il Palazzo Pubblico e il Museo Civico di Siena
Official Website of the Museo Civico that is housed in the old Siena's town hall. It contains very important paintings and frescoes of the Sienese School...(Site in italian only)
Musei a Firenze
A whole site about almost all the monuments of Florence.
Museo Archeologico Guarnacci
One of the most beautiful virtual museum about etruscans (Site in italian only)
Museo di Storia Naturale
The pages of this Web include informations and images about routes of visit, important exhibits, research and ostension work and the history of the six sections that make up the Museum.
Official web site of Leonardo Museum in Vinci. (Site in italian only)
Santa Maria della Scala
Official Website of one of the first European Hospital where most of the Sienese artists has work giving us some great masterpieces...(Site in Italian only)
The Etruscan Academy Museum of Cortona
It contains works from a variety of periods. Of particular interest are the Etruscan archeological findings such as the funeral furnishings (including a number of jewelry pieces) from the Melone II tomb in Sodo.
The Marino Marini Museum
The museum, arranged in the suggestive settings of what was previously the church of San Pancrazio, houses almost two-hundred works donated to the city of Florence by the sculptor Marino Marini (1901-1980)