In the round around Italy: great art on the streets of Italy

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Italy is said to house more than half the world’s greatest artworks. But they are not all locked away in museums.

Here is a tiny selection of statues seen in some of the streets and piazzas of Italy and the Vatican that go towards the 100,000 or so monuments in Italy.

We’ve thrown in a few fun and modern works too just to show that Italy’s creative juices didn’t all dry up in the Renaissance.

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Our guides can help you see the sites on the city streets of Florence, Rome and Venice. We also have great guided tours of Italy’s great museums such as the Accademia to see Michelangelo’s David, Uffizi Gallery small-group tour,  Vatican and St. Peters guided tour, Doge’s Palace with a tour guide, and more.

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About Artviva Tours, Italy

We love Italy and we’re here to share with you some tidbits from life in the Bel Paese – be it about the food, art, history, culture or some of the fun things going on that make up the mass of reasons why this truly is Bella Italia. You don’t just have to read about it though. You can live it with us too! We offer outstanding experiences in Florence, Venice, Rome, Cinque Terre and beyond. You can check out www.artviva.com to read more about our Italy tours including: Florence Tours, Tuscany Tours, Rome Tours, Venice Tours, Cinque Terre Tours, Umbria Tours, Naples Tours, Pompeii Tours and more.
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