Who was Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci? An inventor, artist, engineer and scientist, Leonardo da Vinci was one of the greatest men of the Renaissance. This year the whole world is celebrating the 500th anniversary of his death.
During the twenty years he lived in Milan, he created everlasting inventions still visible today. He designed the Navigli, the intricate system of canals that still serves the city today, as well as the locks that regulate the flow of water.
One of Leonardo’s most important legacies is the Atlantic Codex, the famous collection of his notes and drawings. The priceless original manuscript is preserved in the vault of the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in Milan. It contains thousands of pages of his designs of military and civil works, anatomical and biological studies, all unimaginable for his time period and which today, thanks to ItalianAllegria, you can admire from a truly unique perspective.
Only ItalianAllegria can take you on a journey to discover all of Leonardo’s secrets spread throughout the city of Milan, opening doors to inaccessible places for an incredibly unique experience.
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