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.