To visit the the Palazzo Corsini in Florence, one needs patience. Because it is not open to the general public. So, phone at least two weeks in advance. The secretary there doesn't speak English, and I had to communicate my request to see the art collection in my imperfect Italian. On my visit to the palazzo, I was shown a couple rooms very similar to a storage in a museum. I was told that the Corsini collection used to be much grander but it has been reduced to a rather modest size. There are a few very interesting works, but over all, not very impressive.
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