The Museum of Mercy is located in the historic center of Florence, on the fourth floor of the historic headquarters in Piazza Duomo. The Museum was inaugurated in 2016 thanks to the Cardinal Archbishop Giuseppe Betori and its realization is the result of three years of intensive work. The project includes 14 museum rooms where the works of Mercy are exposed. Mercy was born as a result of Peter's victory over Verona Patari heretics. At the end of the city addressed the believers began to engage in acts of Mercy. After eight centuries arose the institution that gives concrete service to the community. The museum is divided into different sections with testimonies and archival documentaries about the origins and history of Mercy. The artistic heritage includes artistic patron, legacies and donations collected in more than seven centuries of activity. The collection includes works by important artists such as Bachiacca, Sogliani, Carlo Dolci, Dono Doni and many others. Other evidences present are the means of transport, evolved over time, used for the sick.