The Museo Marino Marini is housed inside the former church of San Pancrazio. The building was restored and turned into a public museum by the architects Bruno Sacchi and Lorenzo Papi to contain the sizable collection of works donated by the artist to the city of Florence shortly before his death. The museum contains 183 works by Marino Marini, including drawings, lithographs, paintings, and sculptures. These are all on display on the four levels of the museum. Through the opening of a direct passage from the Museo Marino Marini, the public can visit one of the “wonders” of the Florentine Renaissance: the Sacello del Santo Sepolcro, the Sacellum or Shrine of the Holy Sepulchre, a jewel by Leon Battista Alberti, the perfect reproduction of the tomb of Christ in Jerusalem.