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The Museo di Firenze Com'era (Museum of Florence as it was) is located on Via dell'Oriuolo in Florence, in the former convent of the Oblate, and traces the history of the city from its foundation in Roman times to the urban renewal. Founded in the late nineteenth century, was a way to capture that, among large protests, had been destroyed during the Capital projects for Florence, around 1865, which led to the destruction of the walls to make way for the inner ring road or the demolition of the Old Market and the old ghetto to make room for the much criticized Piazza della Repubblica square. On the first floor exhibits the material excavated from the Etruscan and Roman, in large part demolition of the nineteenth century. With a model of the castrum Florence (Florentia, which are mounted on the wires that simulate the buildings that exist today), it shows how at that time remains the only facility of some road routes to the board between the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria, in addition to the famous Via Torta that follows the shape of the ancient amphitheater. On the first floor is the most exposure, where there are the numerous views, plans and views of the city since the Middle Ages to the twentieth century. Among them, the famous nineteenth-century copy of the so-called "Pianta della Catena" (map of the chain), a woodcut of 1470. Another famous work is the series of 12 views of the Medici villas of Giusto Utens (1599). In addition to its pleasing artistic profile, it is important to witness the appearance of the primitive buildings.
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