Search for Mona Lisa’s Remains To Resume

Mona Lisa
Archeologists will resume the search for the remains of the noblewoman who posed for Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa masterpiece 500 years ago.

Florence province, owner of the site that once was the convent of Saint Orsola where Lisa Gherardini was buried in 1542, has requested that the search continue.

Archeologists in May 2011 thought they had found her remains when they located a grave containing a woman’s skeleton.

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