International Exhibition of Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci Automatic translate
с 26 Января
по 25 Февраля
Калужский музей изобразительных искусств
ул. Ленина, 103
January 26 at 15-00 in the Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts (ul. Lenin d. 103, second floor) The opening of the interactive "International Exhibition of Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci."
The exhibition consists of more than 50 different exhibits - from the simplest devices to complex aircraft and machines. In addition, the exhibition presents photographic reproductions of the paintings of the great master, as well as stands with a selection of scientific materials. All exhibits are accompanied by special explanatory texts, so visitors can travel through the halls on their own.
The exhibition of inventions by Leonardo da Vinci is a unique opportunity to see recreated inventions live, study the works and learn a lot about the genius several centuries ahead of its time!
Da Vinci devoted his whole life to knowledge - he was interested in anatomy, medicine, physics, mechanics, chemistry, astronomy and other, no less important sciences.
Russian masters took several years to study and revise the drawings of the famous inventor. This allowed us to recreate with amazing accuracy those machines that were invented by Leonardo da Vinci.
The basis of the exhibition is interactivity - that is, you can not only look at exhibits. Most of the items on display are operational, and many of them can also be tested on their own.
Visiting the exposition not only entertains, but also educates, provides new knowledge and food for thought. This interesting exhibition is dedicated to the inventions of the genius of science and art - Leonardo da Vinci.
An amazing scientific attraction makes it possible to independently study the most important laws of mechanics and physics. In the process of visiting the exhibition, visitors will be able to experience the original medieval mechanisms and machines, as well as visually disassemble their device and operating principles.
The exhibition runs until February 25, at 6 st. Lenin, 103 (IEC)