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Address: Via del Parione 11, Florence, Italy
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A splendid example of Florentine baroque, this palace houses one of the...

A splendid example of Florentine baroque, this palace houses one of the most beautiful and extensive private art collections in Italy, featuring Italian paintings and sculptures by Signorelli, Botticelli, Bellini, Pontormo and Girodano.

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A stunning location for a private function. I have been lucky enough to attend two functions here. A stunning staircase to enter into the building to the left a large hall and to... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2016
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Oxford, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

A stunning location for a private function. I have been lucky enough to attend two functions here. A stunning staircase to enter into the building to the left a large hall and to the right a stunning gallery. The small historic and stunningly decorated rooms make for a very flexible and varied location. The terrace over the Arno just adds... More 

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Nairobi, Kenya
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Reviewed 24 May 2016

The Palazzo Corsini is a beautiful building. Graceful and elegant architecture, it is a nice house that is used for exhibitions, events and shows.

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Alkmaar, Netherlands
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 28 helpful votes
Reviewed 22 May 2016

A hidden gem in Florence: Palazzo Corsini. Almost ‘never’ open for the general public. Sometimes there are private viewings with a guide. I had the pleasure to join a group for a visit in May. The guide was one of the Palace Owners, the Countess Lucrezia Corsini Miari Fulcis. A lovely Italian lady, who lived from her childhood in the... More 

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Bolton, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 113 helpful votes
Reviewed 24 February 2016

There are many wonderful churches worth seeing in Florence and this is one of them. It is free entry and can give you some wonderful photos.

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Reading, PA
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Reviewed 20 October 2015

We purchased antique earrings from a merchant on the Ponte Vecchio and he recommended we visit the Biennale at Palazzo Corsini. I am so glad he did. Not only do we see some incredible furniture, paintings and other items, we also got to see this palazzo which is rarely open to the public. It was colossal and richly decorated. I... More 

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Bangkok, Thailand
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Reviewed 6 July 2015

I was lucky enough to attend a private function in the Palazzo and it was a real treat to be able to wander trhough rooms that have rich decoration that is still in place. I am not sure if its open to the public often but see if you can get in. The terrace over looking the Arno makes you... More 

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Reviewed 18 May 2015

fascinating Italian design, it took us back in the history with the painted walls and sealing, we had arranged company dinner for a large group.

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Reviewed 16 May 2010

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... More 

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