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Palazzo della Cancelleria - Da Vinci Exhibition, Rome, Italy
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Piazza della Cancelleria
Rome, Italy
41° 53' 47.86'' N,
12° 28' 19.7'' E
Palaces, Museums, Renaissance
"Ren. palace hosting models of da Vinci experimental machines (not artwork)."

You may stumble across this Renaissance palace on your way to Campo de' Fiori or Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. The Papal Chancellery is part of Vatican City and was designed by architect Bramante. Palazzo della Cancelleria dates back to the 15th century and presently it houses the exhibition "Il Genio di Leonardo da Vinci". It is a show of da Vinci's experimental machines, around 50 models of his work, and not actual artwork.

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