Dante's former home, a small, unremarkable house in Florence, was famous for the birth of Dante, the great Renaissance pioneer, and was opened by the government as a museum to commemorate the great man. The house houses some Dante publications, portraits of family members and family scenes of the time, and the Dante library, which houses books and literature on Dante published around the world, holds seminars on Dante from time to time.
Very distinctive residences, with high towers, and free windows and facades. These are almost modern architectural techniques and are very eye-catching. Although the location is not very conspicuous, there are still many tourists.
The former residence of Dante is also a building with a sense of time. It has a history of hundreds of years. Dante’s house is a stone structure and looks very solid. The interior of this house is also very good.
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Dante’s house Casa di Dante The birthplace of Dante. It is an inconspicuous little house in Florence. It is famous for the birth of the great Renaissance pioneer Dante, and was opened by the government as a museum to commemorate this great man. In the former residence, there are some publications of Dante, portraits of family members and family scenes at the time. The Dante library in the house contains books and documents about Dante published from all over the world. Dante's seminar. Dante’s former residence is located in an alley, and you will pass by accidentally. This small space was crowded with people who came to pay respects. Some people come to admire this historical and cultural master, and some people come to mourn love. On the floor of Dante’s former residence, there is a brick carved with Dante’s head, which means that people bow their heads to Dante.
Florence is the hometown of Dante. He was born here, baptized here, and grew up here. His former residence is still well preserved. This Dante plaster mask is said to be rubbed off from Dante’s face and donated by Britain in 1911.