The museum continued incorporating a host of themes and exhibits covering everything that had to do with Dante’s Florence, including arts, history, and culture: whatever your interests, the Casa di Dante offers some insights into how it fit into the life of the great Florentine poet, even including a full overview of the historically pivotal Battle of Campaldino of 1289. The top floor of the house is devoted almost entirely to his masterpiece, the Divine Comedy, and posters and illustrations adorn the walls over print copies from various centuries. More modern representations capture scenes from his works, illustrating the continued fascination that Dante has inspired not just in Italy, but around the world.


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