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Salone Poccetti

The Poccetti Hall at Museo degli Innocenti was the ancient women’s refectory and takes its name from the fresco la Strage degli Innocenti painted in the seventeenth century by the artist Bernardino Poccetti. The space enjoys excellent natural lighting, therefore suitable for hosting conferences, meetings and small events. It is also suitable for lunches and gala dinners.

There are two rooms prior to the hall: Sala Lavabo 1 and 2, which take their name from the original washbasin from 1700. These two spaces are usually used as support spaces that introduce the main hall. This whole area is located on the ground floor.

Check the Practicals page for information on how to reach the venue.


D'Angelo, 2008 - CC BY-SA 3.0

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