Gallerie dell’Accaedmia

The Gallerie dell’Accaedmia houses the Virtuvian Man, a famous drawing of a man with perfect proportions by da Vinci. It is kept in a dim room to prevent fading. 


Latitude: 45.431078400000
Longitude: 12.328139400000

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da Vinci's Vitruvian Man


Gallerie dell’Accaedmia acquires the "Vitruvian Man"

In 1822, the "Vitruvian Man" was moved to The Gallerie dell’Accaedmia in Venice. Today, it is the current house of the "Vitruvian Man", which is kept in a dim room to keep its authenticity. In person, it is clear to see the meticulousand precise lines  of the male figure and attracts many tourists each year. However, it is rarely on display according to dissapointed travelers on TripAdvisor.


Isaacson, Walter. “Vitruvian Man”. Leonardo Da Vinci. Simon & Schuster, 2017.