Opificio delle pietre dure

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Opificio delle pietre dure ("yarı değerli taşlar atölyesi"), Floransa merkezli İtalyan Kültürel Miras Bakanlığı'nın bir kamu enstitüsüdür.[1] Sanat restorasyonu alanında dünya lideridir ve iki İtalyan devlet koruma okulundan biri olarak eğitim vermektedir.[2] Enstitü aynı zamanda uzman bir kütüphane ve koruma arşivi ile pietre dure kakma yarı değerli taş eserlerin tarihi örneklerini sergileyen bir müzeye sahiptir.[3]

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  2. ^ Gilbert, Mark (2020). Historical dictionary of modern Italy (3. bas.). Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. ISBN 978-1538102534. 
  3. ^ Campbell, Gordon (2003). The Oxford dictionary of the Renaissance. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198601753. 

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