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Mystery site of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa witnessed on Roman hilltop
A schoolgirl in Rome has become the first person in history to knowingly pose for a photograph at the secret location where the Mona Lisa was envisioned by Leonardo da Vinci.
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"Partial pillars and the wall behind the Mona Lisa figure, as well as the chair she sits on, are clearly derived from the architecture of the small chapel," says Lund, who asserts that Da Vinci and his good friend Donato Bramante created sister projects to express a mystical symbolic theme. On October 15, 2013, Lund publicly released self-evident proof that the Mona Lisa was created as a personification of the Tempietto. His findings, sent to over 500 of the top Art History professors throughout the world, have not been refuted.
Lund has called for an academic conference to review the facts at the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Real Academia de España en Roma), which oversees the small chapel on behalf of the Spanish people and their government. "Contrary to conventional belief, the world's most famous painting was never a portrait of Lisa Gherardini,"
Cassandra D'Amaro posed for her photograph at the exact spot determined by Lund to be where the first light of dawn metaphorically struck the Mona Lisa's face as she looked southeast on Christmas morning in 1500 AD. "Cassandra will be the first of many millions of tourists who will want to visit the historic spot that reveals one of history's greatest mysteries," says Lund.
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