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Fire Ravages Historic Notre-Dame Cathedral image
Fire Ravages Historic Notre-Dame Cathedral
 
New Orleans Apologizes for 1891 Lynching of Italian-Americans image
New Orleans Apologizes for 1891 Lynching of Italian-Americans
 
What the Obsolete Art of Mapping the Skies on Glass Plates Can Still Teach Us image
What the Obsolete Art of Mapping the Skies on Glass Plates Can Still Teach Us
 
When California Went to War Over Eggs image
When California Went to War Over Eggs
 
Bonn Library Recovers More Than 600 Books Looted After World War II image
Bonn Library Recovers More Than 600 Books Looted After World War II
 
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Eating Your Veggies Is a Better Way to Get Your Vitamins Than Taking Supplements, Study Shows image
Eating Your Veggies Is a Better Way to Get Your Vitamins Than Taking Supplements, Study Shows
 
Nepalese Expedition Seeks to Find Out if an Earthquake Shrunk Mount Everest image
Nepalese Expedition Seeks to Find Out if an Earthquake Shrunk Mount Everest
 
The Controversy Over the Planned Le Corbusier Museum image
The Controversy Over the Planned Le Corbusier Museum
 
Three Endangered Right Whale Calves Spotted in New England Waters image
Three Endangered Right Whale Calves Spotted in New England Waters
 
Inside Professor Nanayakkara’s Futuristic Augmented Human Lab image
Inside Professor Nanayakkara’s Futuristic Augmented Human Lab
 
Thanks to Facial Reconstruction, You Can Now Look Into the Eyes of a Neolithic Dog image
Thanks to Facial Reconstruction, You Can Now Look Into the Eyes of a Neolithic Dog
 
Today in History
On this day in 1452, Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci was born in Vinci, Italy.

Read how a pair of Florence historians were able to shed some light on the enigmatic genius, revealing Leonardo’s genealogy, 35 living descendants and newly discovered burial grounds for his family.

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