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The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding. (Leonardo da Vinci)
We are pleased to inform you that the city of Milan is hosting one of the most extraordinary art exhibitions ever entirely devoted to one of the greatest geniuses of all time: Leonardo da Vinci. The famous Atlantic Code, the largest collection of Leonardo da Vinci‘s manuscripts, made up of 1,750 drawings and 12 volumes which the artist wrote during his life, will go entirely on display at the Biblioteca Ambrosiana for the first time in history!!!
Just the beginning of an unforgettable adventure...
Don't miss this great and unrepeatable opportunity, it's the right moment for you to know closer about the Leonardo's genius, the most diversely talented person ever to have lived, at the same time scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. And your cultural experience in Milan doesn't stop here. Visitors will also have the unique opportunity to see the famous Aula Leonardi, open to the public after many years, the beautiful Sala Federiciana and the 17th century Peristilio which displays, along with other Leonardo da Vinci's works, an amazing portrait of the artist by one of his pupils.
A long walk into the history...
But for Leonardo da Vinci's lovers Milan still offers a lot of not-to-be-missed opportunities. Be prepared to take a long walk through the city and the history!!! The Church Santa Maria delle Grazie, famous to contain in its refectory one of the most famous Leonardo's masterpieces: The Last Supper; the Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle), where you can admire the Sala delle Asse, decorated by Leonardo with a gorgeous naturalistic ceiling; the Navigli, the artificial canals constructed between 1179 and the 16th century with the contribution of his genius, the Leonardo's Horse, the largest equestrian monument in the world that is a modern reconstruction of a monument brought to the casting stage by Leonardo in the late 15th century, but that was destroyed before it could be cast.
Wanna know more? For further informations about how to reach, tickets, opening hours, etc. we have prepared a simple guide in with all the informations you need.
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