The Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens Images

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The Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens
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Mary Stuart at Crookstone, by Giovanni Fattori, in the Gallery of Modern Art at the Palazzo Pitti. (Source)
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The "Casino del Cavaliere" in the Boboli Gardens now houses the porcelain museum. (Source)
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The garden facade facing the anfiteatro of the Boboli Gardens. (Source)
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A modern view of the Palazzo Pitti. (Source)
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Eleonora di Toledo, Duchess of Florence, bought the palazzo from the Pitti in 1549 for the Medici. Portrait after Bronzino. (Source)
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A lunette painted in 1599 by Giusto Utens, depicts the palazzo before its extensions, with the amphitheatre and the Boboli Gardens behind. The red stone excavated from the site was used in extensions to the palazzo. (Source)
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19th-century architectural drawing and plan of the Palazzo Pitti (Source)
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Cornice of the Jupiter Room, showing lunette frescoes and stucco work by Pietro da Cortona. (Source)
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Artemisia Gentileschi Judith and her hand servant with the head of Holofernes 1613-1618 (Source)
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Early, tinted 20th-century photograph of the Palazzo Pitti, then still known as La Residenza Reale following the residency of King Victor Emmanuel II between 1865 and 1871, when Florence was the capital of Italy. (Source)
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