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Castle of Sammezzano

Sammezzano, or the Castle of Sammezzano, is an Italian palazzo in Tuscany notable for its Moorish Revival architectural style. It is located in Leccio, a hamlet of Reggello, in the Province of Florence.

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The original palazzo was erected in about 1605 by the Spanish nobleman, Ximenes of Aragon. In the 19th century, Ferdinand Panciatichi Ximenes inherited the property and, between 1853 and 1889, remodeled it into one of the largest examples of Moorish Revival architecture. Umberto I, king of Italy, visited Ximenes at Sammezzano in 1878.
The palazzo served as a luxury hotel in the post WWII


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MUSEUM OF SACRED ART VALLOMBROSA ABBEY

The Museum preserves and exhibits paintings, liturgical furnishings and objects related to the history of Vallumbrosian congregation. The Abbey of Vallombrosa, the late eighteenth century, there was a museum that preserves a diverse collection of works of art, archaeological finds, naturalistic. This old Museum was closed in 1810 following the Napoleonic suppression. The new Museum was reopened in 2006 and in addition to the altarpiece by Ghirlandaio, vestments, sacred objects, manuscripts and documents of great value.


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MASACCIO MUSEUM OF SACRED ART

The Museum, opened on the occasion of the celebrations of the centenary of the birth of Masaccio, aims to be a centre of cultural and educational reference on Masaccio and historical and artistic heritage of the territory. It consists of a room devoted to the documentation of San Giovenale triptych, Masaccio's masterpiece in the adjoining Church. Also conserves paintings, furniture, vestments, sculptures and jewellery of historic-artistic interest belonged to the Church and other churches in the area of Reggello. A room furnished with antiques as the study of a Rector, for the history of the C


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