Why This Italian Art Museum Is Spreading Its Collection Around Tuscany
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March 2, 20212 min read, 330 words

Why This Italian Art Museum Is Spreading Its Collection Around TuscanyWhy This Italian Art Museum Is Spreading Its Collection Around Tuscany

Rachel Chang
Published: March 2, 2021  |  2 min read, 330 words
Italy's most beloved art is on the move — quite literally. Florence's Uffizi Gallery — home to works like Michelangelo's "Holy Family," Raphael's "Madonna of the Goldfinch," and Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus" — often hosted as many as 12,000 visitors a day during its busiest p...
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March 4, 2021
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Good news to have some of these amazing art pieces spread and accessible for different publics, but at the same time, disappointing for tourists expecting to see them when visiting the city. The article is all based in CNN reports.
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