During his recent visit to Italy, Madonna had the opportunity to make a visit to one of the most famous museums in the world without the presence of the public.
The singer, currently promoting his latest album, "MDNA" with a world tour, would have offered an undisclosed amount to the administrators of the institution for the museum was closed for one day in June.
According to the site WENN, Madonna and 15 more people in your team spent hours at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence in the last 17 days. In the group were also the boyfriend of the star, Brahim Zaibat, and son Rocco, 11.
The artist and his officials were led by Cristina Acidini art expert, who said: "Madonna was very interested in the works of Botticelli, but also the explanations of the paintings that involved religious and pagan myths."
In European country, the singer recorded the video for "Turn Up The Radio", the third single from the new album.