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Museo di San Marco is an art museum in Florence that is housed in a medieval Dominican convent designed in the 15th century by a notable Italian architect Michelozzo, one of the pioneers of Renaissance architecture in Florence. The extensive collection of artworks contains paintings and frescoes by Renaissance painters Fra Bartolomeo, Domenico Ghirlandaio or Alesso Baldovinetti. There are also works by a Baroque painter Jacopo Vignali or Mannerist artist Bernardino Poccetti.

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it Museo nazionale di San Marco

Museo di San Marco
Piazza San Marco 3
50121 Florence

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Opening hours

Monday 08:15 am – 01:50 pm
Tuesday 08:15 am – 01:50 pm
Wednesday 08:15 am – 01:50 pm
Thursday 08:15 am – 01:50 pm
Friday 08:15 am – 01:50 pm
Saturday 08:15 am – 04:50 pm
Sunday Closed


Holidays: 8.15 am - 6.50 pm; 8.15 am - 6.50 pm

Closed on: first, third and fifth Sunday of every month; second and fourth Monday of every month. December 25, January 1, May 1.

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Normal rate €4.00

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Piazza San Marco 3, Florence, Italy


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