This is Michelangelo's second Pieta, on display at the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo in Florence, Italy. They said that he probably had this in mind for his own tomb. The face of Nicodemus is a self-portrait and he most likely intended to leave much of the statue only roughly carved. The finished figure of Mary Magdalene on the left was finished by one of Michelangelo's students. It was also believed that the damaged to some parts of the sculpture was inflicted by Michelangelo when, in a moment of rage and frustration at his failing skills, he took a hammer to it.
If you want to get up close and personal to Michelangelo's work, then you should visit this piece in Florence. The entrance to the museum is only 6Euros for adults, kids are free. We were able to see it up close and there were no crowds unlike the Pieta in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome where it is protected by a bulletproof glass and too far to get a close-up photo. I was able to touch this sculpture. (shhh...)