Uffizi Second Corridor
The large windows of this corridor, formerly a loggia, look out over the Arno River and the local hills, offering some amazing panoramic views to the visitors.
The ceiling was frescoed with religious subjects by Giuseppe Nasini and Giuseppe Tonelli at the ending of the 17th century, on commission of Cosimo III de Medici.
The corridor houses an important selection of Roman and Greek statues from the Hellenistic era. Between them there are two masterpieces: “Cupido e Psiche” a Roman replica of the Greek original one and “Alessandro morente” which is a unique Hellenistic artwork.
The art collection of the Uffizi Gallery is classified within the following rooms:
Rooms from 1 to 9
Rooms from 10 to 19
Rooms from 20 to 29
Rooms from 31 to 35
Rooms from 41 to 45
Rooms of Caravaggio and other famouse Masters
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