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Interactive Exhibition "Secrets of Leonardo da Vinci" in Saint Petersburg
7.07.2017 18:57
Interactive Exhibition

You will see unique devices and appliances inspired by drafts, drawings and notes by Leonardo da Vinci. Almost every model can be set in motion.

      Leonardo da Vinci has long become a vivid paragon of "universal man" in the world history, which in Latin is “homo universalis”. Whatever he tackled – be it art, medicine, optics, mechanics, military or naval affairs - he was an unfailing success. This is why it is difficult to limit the genius to a particular sphere of activity.

      At the interactive exhibition, you will get to know about the impressive scientific and technical discoveries of the great genius of the Renaissance. Scientists are still debating about the results of by Leonardo da Vinci’s studies - from painting to aerodynamics - because they are still relevant today.

      The exhibition runs at the address 83, Embankment of the Moika River, next to the Admiralteyskaya metro station, from June 26 to December 26. Open hours are from 10 am to 8 pm. 

Author: Vera Ivanova

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