How Did Leonardo Da Vinci Change The World

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Leonardo da Vinci was an example of a Renaissance genius who had one of the greatest minds of all times. Leonardo da vinci was an architect, musician, engineer, costume designer, sculptor, scientist, and inventor. He laid the groundwork of the first parachute, helicopter, aeroplane, tank, repeating rifle, swinging bridge and motor car. When Leonardo da Vinci was 21 he painted the Annunciation and in 1841 Leonardo da Vinci painted The Adoration Of The Magi. In 1475 Leonardo da Vinci created an angel in Verrocchio’s baptism of Christ. One of the most famous paintings that Leonardo da Vinci painted was The Mona Lisa in 1404. Leonardo da Vinci lightened the world with his art and invention’s. He changed the world for ever.

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