In the heart of the city, it hosts the examples of paintings and sculptures by the great masters of the Florence 14th and 15th centuries who have made Florence the capital of art.
The Uffizi Gallery
The Uffizi Gallery has become through the centuries one of the most famous and admired museums in the world.
Since 1880 the Crocetta Palace has been the home of the National Archeological Museum of Florence.
The most famous stone palace of the city was built on commission (1255) by the Faction of the People as a fortress and arsenal to resist the nobles of the city.