Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Italian Archaeologists Believe They Found Skeleton Of The Real Mona Lisa

Italian Archaeologists Believe They Found Skeleton Of The Real Mona Lisa     

According to the Huffington Post, Much attention has been paid to Mona Lisa's smile throughout the years, but this week her skeleton is winding up in the spotlight. Italian archaeologists announced Tuesday they found the skeleton of Lisa Gherardini, believed to be the model for Leonardo's masterpiece, which currently hangs in The Louvre in Paris. Found near the convent of Sant'Orsola in Florence, the bones will be sent to the Department for the Conservation of Cultural Property for an examination.    

Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/18/italian-archaeologists-be_n_1682833.html

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