National Archaeological Museum

The National Archaeological Museum of Florence is one of the oldest museums in Italy. It was inaugurated by King Vittorio Emanuele II in 1871.

Inside there are the works of the Etruscan Museum, some Greek and Roman antiquities of the collections belonging to the Medici and Lorraine and, especially the works of the Egyptian era, a collection second only to that of the Egyptian Museum of Turin.

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The Museum also houses collections from the period of the Paleovenetians, the Early Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Villanovians and ancient Anatolia.

One of the most interesting areas to visit is the garden, called "ameno", one of the many historic gardens of the palaces of the Medici family.

The Archaeological Museum preserves Etruscan finds of great importance such as the "Chimera", the statues of Minerva, Arringatore, the terracotta and travertine urns of Volterra and the Greek ceramic vases with black figures.

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Where is the National Archaeological Museum of Florence

The National Archaeological Museum of Florence is located in the Palazzo della Crocetta near the Accademia Gallery.