From the Hippodrome to Milan’s iconic places: the «designer» Leonardo horses invade the city

On the day of the celebrations of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, the first designer horses made in the framework of the Leonardo’s Horse Project, launched by Snaitech to celebrate the genius from Tuscany from whose project came the colossal bronze equestrian statue, a symbol of Milan’s horse-racing temple, will leave the Snai San Siro racecourse to be exhibited until 30 October in Milan’s iconic places.

Admired by thousands of visitors during the design week and throughout the month of April, some of the thirteen works will be located in XXIV Maggio Square, in the Galleria del Corso, in Olivetti Square, Portello Square and in the Filarete Courtyard of the Università Statale.

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