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Small museum well worth visiting

Within walking distance of the railway station, this small museum is a jewel. It contains a number... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2015
operalover939
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Toronto, Canada
A new museum, a tiny jewel

If you are touring in Tuscany, perhaps on your way to Siena, you'll probably pass through... read more

Reviewed 18 July 2015
Anna M
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Florence, Italy
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Sep 16, 2016
“check the hours!”
Oct 9, 2015
“Small museum well worth visiting”
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Via Agostino Testaferrata 31, 50051, Castelfiorentino, Italy
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Reviewed 16 September 2016

We schlepped out of our way to Castelfiorentino only to find that the Banozzo Gozzoli Museum has unusually limited hours -- alternating mornings and afternoons depending on the day of the week. All we got to see was the interesting exterior (and note, there's graffitti...More

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Reviewed 9 October 2015

Within walking distance of the railway station, this small museum is a jewel. It contains a number of frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli, who was active in the 15th century. The frescoes are well exhibited, and the explanations, in English and Italian, are very useful.

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Reviewed 18 July 2015

If you are touring in Tuscany, perhaps on your way to Siena, you'll probably pass through Catelfiorentino (the trains from Florence to Siena stop here). Take the time to visit this tiny but wonderful museum displaying the frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli (the artist who did...More

2  Thank Anna M
Reviewed 8 December 2013

In Florence often you hear the popular saying Nella botte piccola c’è il vino buono, that invites to pay attention to things apparently not very valuable since they may hide in fact great qualities. The equivalent English idiom may be Good things come in small...More

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