Botticelli--Birth of Venus, Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy
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Virtual Tour of Uffizi Gallery in Florence featuring Botticelli

To experience a truly amazing art collection, one must go the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. It is so good that I have a yearly pass for it…and I live in Michigan! The Uffizi Gallery is a treasure-trove of some of the finest art in the world. Its Renaissance collection alone is worth a trek to Florence, but there are many other treasures within its walls. Today, I’m going to take you on a virtual tour there where we explore some of my favorite works of art by Sandro Botticelli. I hope you enjoy the trip!

Virtual Tour of Uffizi Gallery in Florence featuring the art of Sandro Botticelli

Did you see a favorite piece of art in today’s video? Or, have you been to the Uffizi Gallery before and have another favorite? Please comment below with your thoughts.

Happy travels…virtual or otherwise!

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