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The Da Vinci Science Center Horse

The Da Vinci Science Center Horse

Dedication: Oct. 30, 2005

The Da Vinci Science Center – the organization that is shaped by the merger of LDVHI and what was then known as the Discovery Center of Science and Technology – displays a three-foot replica of The Horse in in its main lobby, which was dedicated when the Center re-opened in its current location. The Da Vinci Science Center’s sculpture also has appeared on loan at the Discovery Times Square Exposition in New York, N.Y., and at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, Pa.

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