Uffizi, new exploit in the last bridge: 74,147 people.  6,000 admiring the David

New attendance exploit for visitors. The bridge of the Republic Day kissed by an extraordinary influx of visitors to the Galleries.

Accomplice on the first Sunday of the month with free access to state museums, recently reactivated by the Ministry of Culture, the museum complex saw the entry, from 2 to 5 June, of 74,147 people. A record figure, with the Gallery of Statues and Paintings leading at 38,182 for the 4 days, followed by the Boboli Gardens at 22,424 and Palazzo Pitti at 13,541.

Dua Lipa visits the Uffizi, tour with director Schmidt for the pop star

The peak day was June 5, for the free Sunday: 23,225 total visitors to the three places of the museum complex.
For the Uffizi Gallery alone, however, the top day was Saturday 4 June with 10,358 admissions.

On TikTok the Uffizi has over a million likes, thanks also to overtaking. in Dua Lipa

Before the festive bridge, the Uffizi was visited by pop star Dua Lipa, who is believed to have contributed to the further boom in attendance. Just as in the past the presence of Chiara Ferragni had been.

On Sunday there were almost 6,000 visitors to the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence, which houses, among other things, Michelangelo’s David, on the first Sunday of the month with free admission to state museums. The Mic makes it known.

To be precise, there were 5,980 visitors, with the Accademia Gallery ranking sixth among the most visited museums in Italy yesterday: in the lead there are Vittoriano and Palazzo Venezia with 26,143 entrances, followed by the Archaeological Park of the Colosseum with 25,757 , the Uffizi Galleries with 23,225, the archaeological park of Pompeii with 19,410 and Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este with 7,936.

Among the other Florentine state museums, again yesterday the Bargello Museum totaled 2,180 admissions.

To celebrate 100 years he visits the Uffizi, guided by the director of the museum

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