Regarding Galileo, he actually studied in Venice. Later, by coincidence, I went to Rome. Because he has always felt that heliocentric theory is a very simple academic question, and he can draw conclusions by looking up at the starry sky with his telescope. Moreover, the new pope of the Holy See was also his friend at the time, and he was also a very accomplished person in physics. In addition, he has many friends in the courts of Vienna and Paris. The final result is regrettable.
The Galileo Museum is also interesting, the entire museum is based on astronomical facilities, Galileo is also a famous astronomer, his many achievements are quite special.
Usually girls who go to Italy will not come to this museum, because this museum is related to astronomy, and the introduction is also Italian and English, basically can not understand, unless very interested in astronomy knowledge.
It's actually a science museum, named after Galileo, in honor of the great scientist, and the main interesting thing is the instruments that used to do scientific experiments in Europe.
The museum is famous and has a large collection of scientific items, all of which are high-end exhibits for measuring celestial movements.
Learn, learn, learn, Galileo's great achievement.