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Large scale machine inventions, many interactive, crafted by modern day Artisans in Italy. The machines are based on the Artisan’s meticulous and lengthy studies into Leonardo’s codices
Facsimiles of a fascinating collection of codices
Life & times of Leonardo da Vinci presentation
Leonardo’s mysterious alphabet & writing technique
Reproductions of Leonardo da Vinci’s amazingly accurate and detailed anatomical drawings
Reproductions of the Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Renaissance artwork in actual size
The Battle of Anghiari preparatory drawings
The famous Vitruvian Man image and explanation in a world exclusive 3D animation
The Last Supper 3D animation projected in actual size
The creation of the Mona Lisa 3D animation
The great Sforza horse sculpture 3D animation
Educational programs – primary and secondary levels
Leonardo da Vinci Documentary
Leonardo da Vinci merchandise shop
These fabulous works are beautifully supported by written explanations of Vincian experts and Museum Curators, each with over 25 years experience.
The exhibition "A Family Story – In the Age of the Mammoths" is a small exhibition featuring the most important nucleus of the paleontological patrimony of the world-famous Sevsk Colletion: six completely re-assembled mammoth skeletons of different ages, all belonging to one family group and representing the only well documented growth series of baby mammoths of “Mammuthus Primigenius”. Although conceived for small exhibition venues, the exhibition is of large impact and incomparable paleontological and scientific value.