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The Most Mysteriouse Place In Italy - Pitti Palace

Palazzo Pitti@Firenze
Palazzo Pitti@Firenze (Photo credit: shok)
English: Florence, viewed from the Pitti Palac...
English: Florence, viewed from the Pitti Palace. ‪Norsk (nynorsk)‬: Firenze sett frÃ¥ Palazzo Pitti. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Palais Pitti, Florence
Palais Pitti, Florence (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Palazzo Pitti in Florence, Italy File:Brogi, G...
Palazzo Pitti in Florence, Italy File:Brogi, Giacomo (1822-1881) - n. 3039 - Firenze - Palazzo Pitti (lato di Boboli).jpg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
front of Pitti Palace
front of Pitti Palace (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By []Ishfaq Ahmed

The Palazzo Pitti is also called the Pitti Palace which is a vast mainly Renaissance palace in Florence, Italy. It is located on the south side of the river Arno, which has the short distance from the Ponte Vecchio. By the Medici family this palace was buy in 1549 and after that became the chief residence of the ruling families of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. To the Italian people by the King Victor Emmanuel III this palace and its contents were donated in the year 1919. For the largest art galleries its doors were opened. Its houses have several minor collections because of the addition of the Medici family, and it is fully open to the public. It is a large 15th century palace.

The Florentine banker Luca Pitti sought to build a palace in the year 1458. This palace design attributed to Flippo Brunelleschi, but he died 12 years before the construction started his assistant Luca Fan celli was the architect. The construction continued till 1465. Due to the expansion of the Palazzo Pitti Medici commissioned Ammanati. He worked on the palace from 1558 till 1570 which is responsible for the inner courtyard. On the terrace bordering the courtyard the Artichoke Fountain was created in the year 1641 by the Giovanni Francesco Susini. The creation of the Boboli garden behind the palace was created by the Cosimo I.

Later this palace was owned by the House of Savoy, the Bourbons and even the Napoleons. The last owner of this palace was Italian King Vitoria Emmanuelle III who has given the permission and opened this palace for the public.

This palazzo has the number of museums. You can buy the tickets by the combination with the tickets of the Boboli garden. The interior of this palazzo provides the magnificent setting for the museum in the royal apartments. It has the Galleria Palatine which is the gallery and the important collection of Renaissance and Baroque paintings. Other museums are the Galleria del Costume which has collection of clothes from the House of Lorraine Era and the Medici; another is the Museo dell Carozze where the royal carriages are displayed and also contains the Galleria d' Arte Modern which is a gallery with 18th to 20th century art. Overall this is the very good place to visit in Italy. You will found yourself as in Holywood historical movies, so its worth to give a visit.

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