Uffizi 17th-C. gallery

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In Florence, Italy, a new gallery of eight rooms opened in a section of the Uffizi Galleries (Piazzale degli Uffizi 6; phone +39 055 294883, www.uffizi.it/en) in February to display the works of Caravaggio and other 17th-century artists.

The Uffizi is closed Mondays. The adult entry fee has been raised from €8 to €20 (near $25), peak season (March 1-Oct. 31), and to €12, off season. Entry the first Sunday of each month is free, but tickets are limited.

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In Florence, Italy, a new gallery of eight rooms opened in a section of the Uffizi Galleries (Piazzale degli Uffizi 6; phone +39 055 294883, www.uffizi.it/en) in February to display the works of Caravaggio and other 17th-century artists.

The Uffizi is closed Mondays. The adult entry fee has been raised from €8 to €20 (near $25), peak season (March 1-Oct. 31), and to €12, off season. Entry the first Sunday of each month is free, but tickets are limited.