Early in the morning, I came to see the luxury house. There were few tourists. I bought Pitty's ticket alone because of the time relationship. The garden could not be visited. (Later, it was found that the garden view could also be seen in the room.) After buying the tickets, I saw a group of students sitting at the door listening to the explanation. Real was envious. At that time, I wanted to listen to the explanation very much, but there seemed to be no Chinese explanation machine rented here. This was originally a family mansion, but now it has become a museum with many exhibition halls, souvenir shops, restaurants and so on. The periphery of the building is made of large stone, high-wall arches, fountains, and it really feels like a palace. Entering the interior is more exaggerated, brilliant, blinding eyes. The interior of the building itself is a work of art. There are also many famous paintings on display, which can feel the family's brilliance in that year. It's a large area. It hasn't been visited for two hours.
Pitty Palace - A house formerly a member of the Medici family. Although it is a house, it is no less luxurious than the palace. Speaking of the Medici family, it is an extremely important part of European history. It can be said that without the Medici family, there would be no Renaissance glory. During the 300 years of Medici rule in Florence, three popes, two French queens and the Duke of Tuscany emerged from the family. On the first floor of Pitty Palace, the central small square is surrounded by family churches, oil painting galleries and open-air cafes. Through the small square, you can enter the Popoli Garden. On the second floor, the Palatina Art Gallery exhibits the masterpieces of Raphael, Potticelli, Titian and other artists. The third floor is the Museum of Modern Art, which exhibits modern gypsum statues, oil paintings and various gold and silver jewelry. The focus of the visit was the family church on the first floor and the Palatina Art Museum on the second floor.
There are two sets of tickets in Pitty Palace. The two sets of tickets can be visited differently. In Europe 13, you can visit palaces, galleries and so on. In Europe 10, you can see treasure halls, Popoli gardens, silver galleries and so on. It seems that the temporary exhibition can be visited by any ticket. The ceiling and room decoration of the Pitty Palace Treasure Museum are no worse than those of the Uffiz Museum of Art, and even I think the theme here is stronger. Of course, the collection did not say that, as the Medici family used to live in, the quality of the collection here is not bad.
Pitty Palace is one of the most magnificent buildings in Florence. It was originally the home of the Medici family. It was built in 1487 and later expanded. The front is 205 meters long and 36 meters high. The palace is built according to the mountain situation. From the back, the building is not too high, but rather long, surrounded by hills and gardens. Inside the palace is the Museum of Modern Art, where are the Silver Museum and the Car Museum.