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La Casa Buonarroti est le musée consacré à Michel-Ange, dans la ville de Florence, situé dans le palazzo de la famille Buonarroti, à l'angle de la Via Ghibellina et de la Via Buonarroti. Ce n'est pas la maison natale de Michelangelo Buonarroti, né à Caprese dans la province d'Arezzo, mais une maison de famille qu'il a habitée.
Le palais fut édifié vers 1546-1553 à l'initiative de Leonardo Buonarroti, puis agrandi par Michelangelo le Jeune vers 1612. Cosimo, dernier des descendants de Michel-Ange, offrit l'édifice et les collections à la ville, et en 1859, un an après sa mort, le palais fut ouvert au public et transformé en musée. © Wikipédia
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