At Palazzo Zaguri in Venice there is one of the most interesting and innovative exhibitions of the year. The Venice Exhibition has dedicated this exhibition to Leonardo Da Vinci, Italian artist, inventor and scientist.
Leonardo Da Vinci studied the human body and anatomy for many years. He was one of the first artists to do these studies and this exhibition is a tribute to his work. Leonardo’s anatomical drawings can be divided into three phases: the first one starting from about 1487, a second central moment between the years 1506 and 1510 and a later period, after 1510. Today they are very famous.
At Palazzo Zaguri they are exhibited in a completely innovative way. In addition, at the exhibition you can learn about the history of medicine and observe a collection of surgical instruments dating back to the sixteenth century. The exhibition will be open until May 3, 2020, every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. After the exhibition we will wait for you for lunch or dinner.
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