Milan, burnt in the night one of Leonardo Da Vinci’s design horses

Its tail and half a dozen mattresses that made up the rear of the pedestal went up in smoke. About the malicious origin of the fire that has ruined the reproduction of Leonardo’s Horse in the night between Monday and Tuesday June 25, inside the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, there are very few doubts, even if it will be the fire department’s report to determine the type of substance used and to give directions to the local police’s detectives.

The work of the Sardinian fashion designer Antonio Marras, one of the thirteen reproductions of Leonardo’s sculpture exhibited at the Racecourse during the last Fuorisalone, was bequeathed to the city by the Design Week.

It was a night watcher to notice the flames, and to put them out with a fire extinguisher, before the fire could wrap the entire work and burn it down to ashes for good.

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