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Address: Via Gino Capponi, 26, 50121 Florence, Italy
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Completed in 1411AD, visitors can tour this picturesque residence that...

Completed in 1411AD, visitors can tour this picturesque residence that features the Palazzo courtyard, a fine example of a Renaissance courtyard, plus the Caponni family's art collection featuring the works of Jacopo Pontormo and Andrea del Sarto.

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5 of 5 starsReviewed January 19, 2015
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