“La Bella Italia” (The Beautiful Italy) in Florence is an exhibition dedicated to political and cultural history of our Country, exposed in the enchanting glimpse of Pitti Palace, from October 11th until March 4th, 2012. The pedagogical-artistic operation implemented with the opera “La Bella Italia” in Florence is to tell the past and the evolution of our Country through a journey in the capitals in our territory before the unification of Italy, through a path made of masterpieces of painting, sculpture and art in general. The 4 star Brunelleschi Hotel in Florence, located just 1 km from the Pitti Palace, is the ideal choice for a delightful stay in the heart of the cradle of the Italian language.
The exhibition “La Bella Italia” in Florence offers an itinerary in which art and the past intersect, disclosing past memories and showing a series of points of contact between different regions even before achieving the unification of Italy. Using a wide range of works, the visitor will have the opportunity to capture similarities between territories and countries in the process of uniting. “La Bella Italia” in Florence – Art and Identity of the capital cities – is an exclusive made by the The Venaria Reale Consortium and the Italy 150 Committee, among the cultural symbols pre-unit: Turin, Florence, Rome, Milan, Venice, Genoa, Bologna, Parma, Modena, Naples and Palermo.
In La Bella Italia in Florence the protagonists will be Botticelli, Donatello, Giotto, Beato Angelico, Raffaello, Michelangelo, Leonardo, Tiziano, Bronzino, Correggio, Veronese, Rubens, Tiepolo, Parmigianino, Hayez, Canova, Bernini, Velazquez and many others. Enjoys the patronage of the President of the Italian Republic. More than 350 works from antiquity until 1861. Closed every Monday, Christmas and New Year’s Day. La Bella Italia in Florence can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 08:15 a.m. to 06:50 p.m.