Da Vinci's 'Vitruvian Man' to go to Paris exhibition

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After a court battle in Italy to prevent its transfer, Leonardo da Vinci's celebrated ink drawing work 'The Vitruvian Man', based on the writings of the ancient Roman architect Vitruvius who correlated the measurements and design of the human body into architecture, a loan has finally been approved to the Louvre museum in Paris for a major upcoming exhibition  marking the 500th anniversary of the Italian polymath's death.

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Leonardo da Vinci's famous Vitruvian Man is bound for Paris despite an attempt to ban it from leaving Italy, reports BBC News.