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City Florence Tours invites you to discover one of the most important museums in Florence accompanied by a private guide that will be at your complete disposal, illustrating you through a chronological itinerary, the history of Michelangelo's David, one of the most famous Florentine symbols in Italy and in the world. As part of this visit, you will increase the quality level of the tour, because during the visit the guide will pay attention and will satisfy all your requests. Starting from our office located a few meters away from another important art gallery of Florence, the Uffizi Gallery, you will walk along with your guide on the route that will take you to the entrance of the museum. During this short walk, you'll cross the city, admiring the beauty of Florence from the exterior, walking from Piazza Della Signoria (where you'll see one of the two copies of the David) to Piazza del Duomo, passing from Via Dei Calzaiuoli, admiring the entire complex of the church. With the guide you will enter from the priority entrance of the gallery, starting a journey that will take you to see THE DAVID, a sculpture made of marble (height 520 cm) by Michelangelo Buonarroti between 1501 and 1504, considered a masterpiece of sculpture all over the world, it's one of the emblems of the Renaissance and a symbol of Florence and of Italy abroad. The work represents the biblical hero at the moment in which he is preparing to face Golia, the work has always created the ideal of male beauty in art. The gallery represents one of the places with the highest number of sculptures observed by Michelangelo, you'll find also the museum of musical instruments, the largest collection of paintings with a gold background, and the Sala Dei Prigioni with sculptures designed for Pope Julius II. After the guided tour, you can remain inside the museum appreciate better the works inside.
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