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May 21, 2020
NEWS

The Duomo reopens

The reopening is a signal of hope ... to the world that we are ready to welcome you in safety when you return to Florence
December 10, 2019
NEWS

Andrea Pisano’s South Doors arrive at Opera del Duomo Museum

The opportunity to visit these great feats of artistic and restorative accomplishment is thanks to the Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore, part of the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, who financed 1,500,000 euro to disassemble, transport, restore and place the treasures in the museum.
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Video: South doors on display in the Opera del Duomo Museum

  The 14th-century South Doors by Andrea Pisano have been restored and are on display in the Opera del Duomo Museum. All three of the Baptistery’s bronze doors can now be seen side by side for the first time in the museum’s Hall of Paradise. Grande Museo del Duomo
September 16, 2019
NEWS

Leonardo and the David at the Opera del Duomo Museum

The exhibition is in staged in the same space where the Renaissance artist sculpted his masterpiece 500 years ago.
June 4, 2018
NEWS

Light tricks at the Duomo

The sun’s rays fall through a small opening in Brunelleschi’s dome, forming a disk of light (the "gnomon") that overlaps perfectly with the marble engravings on the floor of the chapel of the Cross.
April 24, 2018
NEWS

Venturi’s Pietà at the Opera del Duomo Museum

The sculpture will be displayed until September 23, sharing a room with Michelangelo's Bandini Pietà.
February 23, 2018
NEWS

Opera del Duomo Museum pairs with the Misericordia Museum

Visitors can now visit both museums for just 16 euro.
January 10, 2018
NEWS

New acquisition for Opera del Duomo Museum

Work was purchased at a Milan auction
September 8, 2017
VIDEO

Study the Duomo

Starting January 2018, the one-year, full-time Executive Master’s in Cultural Heritage will be taught entirely in English, in Florence's cathedral complex.
CULTURE

Advanced Duomo studies: executive master’s course

Starting January 2018, the one-year, full-time Executive Master’s in Cultural Heritage will be taught entirely in English, in Florence's cathedral complex.