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The Museo Marino Marini in Florence will be closed for renovations from November 6th until Spring 2018.
The Museo Marino Marini of Florence will be temporarily closed to the public from November 6th, as was previously announced, in order to complete the structural works necessary to install the air conditioning system. It will reopen next Spring 2018 with new programming and a series of events to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the museum, the first space in the city of Florence to host a monographic collection along with exhibitions and initiatives dedicated to contemporary art and culture.
But, during this time, the activities of the Marini do not stop!
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Also during the months of closure, it will be possible to visit the Museum and the Rucellai Chapel with guided visits for groups, held compatibly with the construction works and the safety precautions they require. (info and bookings 055 219432 – firstname.lastname@example.org).
The museum will also involve the adjacent space in piazza San Pancrazio for a series of events created in synergy with other city groups.