If you have time to see only two museums in Florence - go to the Academia and Bargello. Uffizi is tired, crowded, and not even comparable I really don't know what the fuss is about. You don't have to be a sculpture nut to go to Bargello. The building itself is a gem. It is the oldest public building in Florence and used to be a palace, a police station and a prison. The courtyard is adorned with sculptures, coat of arms and other beautiful objects. Every piece is a masterpiece, carefully chosen and well-kept. Frankly I was disappointed with the so-called "Gallery of Statutes" in the Uffizi. Go to Bargello, sit on the bench in front of the "Fisherboy" or the "Juno and Two Peacocks", and you'll appreciate the art of sculpture like you've never had before.
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