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The Museum is aimed at exposing the collection formed by the Canon of Fiesole Angelo Maria Bandini, a character of great culture, scholar, Librarian of the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, lived between 1726 and 1803. After an initial outfitting of the thirties, you have several times to his adjustment and refurbishment. The current exhibition was inaugurated on February 9, 2006.
The Museum documents the history of the town of Fiesole and its region. It is connected to the adjoining archaeological area where you can visit the excavations of the theatre, and the Etruscan-Roman temple. The Museum was first housed in the Municipal Palace. He was transferred to its present location in 1914. The current sort dates back to 1981 and has arranged the materials with a marked division into sourced materials of Fiesole and Antiquities. Opening the link step in 1997 between the archaeological museum and the building that houses the Costantini collection has allowed to realize a si
The small museum, is the ancient oratory of the Vecovile Palace, dating from the first half of the 11th century: several times rebuilt over time, is now completely open to the public. In addition to the large fresco of Bicci di Lorenzo (c. 1440) raffugurante the coronation of the Virgin among angels and saints, there is a rich collection of liturgical gold belonging to the Diocese of Fiesole, one of the largest and oldest Italian dioceses.
The Museum belongs to the Foundation First accounts as a Center for documentation and research on historical avant-garde of the early twentieth century carries out studies on this historical period and maintains the archive and the collection of the painter Primo Conti.
Heterogeneous material collects mostly exotic objects racolti by missionaries. Of the Chinese section and the Egyptian section. In the section of Chinese artifacts are exhibited clothes, musical instruments, prototypes of prints from typography, jade figurines, porcelain and ivory. In the archaeological section exposes local archaeological finds and Egyptian artefacts including a mummy of the XX century. a. c.
Villa Peyron al Bosco di Fontelucente (today owned by the Monumental Parks Foundation Baba and Peyron) is one of the most beautiful residences of Florentine hills and its Park is unique in the panorama of Italian because affected passion of its founder Paul Peyron. No practical purpose is at the origin of the creation of the forest: Peyron has not availed itself of the help of professionals or experts, but has created the garden in time for parties and without a drawing of a composition thereby of rare beauty. The Villa takes its name from the presence of a lush forest from which emerges with