In Skaft Square at the main entrance of the Marino Palace, you can admire the Leonardo statue in the center. It was carved by Pietro Mani over a period of two years, and the entire base is made of granite. Donated by Queen Victoria II of Italy, King Emmanuel II in 1872. About Leonardo di Piero da Vinci, what we know best is of course his identity as an artist. Masterpieces such as "Mona Lisa" and "The Last Supper" are all made by him. After reading the legend about him, I know that besides being an outstanding artist, he is also a scientist, engineer and inventor. It is simply the incarnation of a genius with an almost divine aura. Leonardo worked in Milan for more than ten years. In addition to his most famous mural "The Last Supper", there are also achievements in the Sky Axis Hall of the Sforza Castle. People of future generations admire this monument and never think of his great literary achievements during his stay in Milan. The figures in the four corners of the sculpture are his four proud students. In the lower right corner of the front, his most famous student, chief disciple Marco d’OGGIONO (1470-1549). I copied several copies of "The Last Supper" from the teacher and are now kept in museums in Britain, Germany, Russia and other countries. In the lower left corner is Cesare Da Sesto. Observing carefully, there are also carved scenes of Da Vinci getting along with his disciples.
The stone statue in the center of La Scala was originally the famous Leonardo da Vinci. The shape of the statue is holding a book in his hand, with his head down, as if he is meditating. Other than that, the square is nothing special.
In the center of La Scala is the Leonardo Monument, the work of the sculptor Pietro Mani (1872). Opposite the La Scala, a statue of Leonardo da Vinci, a Renaissance artist, stands on a high column. Leonardo is wearing a hat and a robe, standing with his hands down, his head hanging down and thinking intently. , There are statues of his four proud disciples on the stele. The statue is exquisite, expressing people's admiration for this master. Da Vinci lived in Milan from 1482 to 1499, and the traces of his life are still clearly visible.
The statue group is very vivid. Da Vinci lived in Milan for 7 years and left many handed down works, the most famous of which is the large mural The Last Supper. It is a pity that the original work has been severely faded and damaged after more than five hundred years. Da Vinci, a masterful wizard, has infinite curiosity and superhuman wisdom and energy. He has made great contributions to the fields of science, art, culture, architecture, and natural engineering. However, his character is lonely, mysterious and alienated, different from ordinary people. The 13,000 pages of scientific and artistic manuscripts he left behind were all written in reverse with his left hand, and he needed to look in the mirror to be able to read it. This contemplative statue expresses this very well.
Usually the tour guide will put the tourists here, don’t waste time here, go straight to the ticket office in the north of the church, where you can buy souvenirs, only 3 euros, it is probably cheaper here, and then you can not bring Package, go directly