The shape of the Uffizi building is a U, with two long parallel corridors united by a short corridor.
The First Corridor, also called the East Corridor, is not just a way to the rooms, it is, like the other two, a relevant part of the Uffizi Gallery where we can admire the decoration of the ceiling: magnificent grotesques frescoed by a group of painters led by Alessandro Allori.
Along the three corridors are ancient Roman and Greek statues from the Medici collection.
On the walls, two different kinds of paintings: the small ones, called the Giovio Series, show us famous men belonging to different epochs and countries; the bigger ones, the Aulica Series, representing the members of the Medici family.
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