The Planks’ Hall in the Sforza’s Castle reopens: Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings will be visible until September

It has been reopened to the public, though temporarily, the Plank’s Hall in the Sforza’s Castle in Milan. A place that was admired by almost 350 thousand visitors during the celebration of the five hundred years from the death of Leonardo Da Vinci. The multimedia supports are no longer there, and neither the structures that were part of that exhibit, but the “naked” hall is, with audio guides and cards, downloadable via a QR code. The hall can be visited along the route of the museum of ancient art, with the 5-euro ticket. The booking is not mandatory but recommended, given the anti-Covid rules. In September, however, it will close again to allow the restorations construction site to start.

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