Quiet and well located, I think this three-storey museum shouldn't be missed. I was left so fascinated by Marini's extraordinary, necessary, almost inevitable evolution from his figurative years (1930's) to his later abstract period (1950/60's) that after just four days I'll be back for another visit tomorrow. P.S. The ticket price is a mere 4 euros, and if you visit the other Marino Marini museum in Pistoia first (cost 3.50 euros) you'll get a free-entry voucer for the one in Florence.
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