At the center of Scarla Square is the Leonardo Da Vinci Monument, the work of the sculptor Petro Mani (1872). Across the Scarla Opera House, a statue of Renaissance artist Leonardo Da Vinci stands on a high pillar, wearing a hat and a robe. Leonardo stands with his hands scratched, his head lowered, and a thoughtful look. There are also four statues of his proud students on the stele. The statue is exquisite and expresses people's admiration for the master. Leonardo Da Vinci lived in Milan from 1482 to 1499, and the traces of his life are still clearly visible.
The statues are very vivid. Leonardo Da Vinci lived in Milan for seven years and left behind many handed down works. The most famous one is the last dinner of the large murals. Unfortunately, after more than five hundred years, the original work has been seriously faded and damaged. Wizard Leonardo Da Vinci has infinite curiosity and superhuman wisdom and energy. He has made tremendous contributions in the field of science, art, culture, architecture and natural engineering, but his personality 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, which required reading in front of a mirror. This meditative statue expresses this very well.
Generally, tour guides will put tourists in this gathering, stop wasting time here, and go directly to the ticket office in the north of the church, where souvenirs are sold, to buy a ticket, only 3 Euros. It is estimated that it is cheaper here, and then you can enter directly without a bag.
Gothic architecture is picturesque. There weren't many people. They had a lot of fun at that time.
It's like a wise man with a beard and a head bowed. The most famous one is the last dinner of a large mural painting. It's really great here.
The most famous one is the last dinner of the large murals. It's really great here. It has a lot of works about Leonardo Da Vinci.
There are not many monuments about Leonardo Da Vinci in the world, but they are the most in Milan.
There are many pigeons as well as good places for leisure walks.
Here you can see the famous murals of Finch's works. It's shocking.
I stayed here for half a day and carefully read everyone's profile. It's amazing.