Something amazingly rare is happening right now in the United Kingdom. It is related to the monarchy and also concerns the curious science of pregnancy, but it has nothing to do with the royal baby. Can you guess? The Royal Library at Windsor Castle is lending one of its most precious treasures to be exhibited in the Edinburgh Queen’s Gallery: the anatomical works of Leonardo da Vinci.
Needless to say that this exhibition, called Leonardo da Vinci: The Mechanics of Man, is worth a field trip even if you don’t live in Scotland, since the possibility of seeing so many original documents of the Renaissance’s greatest genius is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
For way more images and details on the exhibit, keep reading Rare Da Vinci Anatomical Drawings Go on Display, on Atlas Obscura!