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Leonardo da Vinci

A bird's-eye map of western Tuscany

A bird's-eye map of western Tuscany, Leonardo da Vinci
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A bird's-eye map of western Tuscany is an Italian Renaissance Pen, Ink and Chalk Drawing created by Leonardo da Vinci from 1503 to 1504. It lives at the Royal Collection in London. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Maps. SourceDownload

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