Renaissance Florence The Bargello.
The Bargello is home to the finest collection of Renaissance sculpture in the world. The building was a court of law and was also used as a prison, in 1859 it became the sculpture museum that we admire today. It is a magnificent building with an impressive courtyard which was once the site of executions.
The Bargello is a must-see. Some of the highlights and there are many, include Donatello’s bronze David and also his statue of St George. Ammannati’s Fountain of the Grand Hall Temperance, Giambologna’s Oceanus a statue of Neptune originally from the Boboli Gardens, and Pietro Francavilla's, Jason.