Mona Lisa's Real Identity
"Many theories of Da Vinci’s works were phenomenal. For example last month, a series of numbers and letters found in the eyes of the Mona Lisa and the bridge in the background. Now, the Italian art historian claims to have revealed the Da Vinci code in the real version: the identity of the Mona Lisa.
Is a historian, Carla Glori who found that the existing bridge in the background of the Mona Lisa becomes an important clue. He said, the hump of the bridge where the number 72 faintly visible in there – is the real bridge spanning the River Trebbia at Bobbio, near Piacenza, Italy.
Glori, who wrote a book called Enigma Leonardo: Deciphering And Discovering, said sure, woman in the great work is Giovanna Bianca Sforza. Giovanna Bianca Sforza was the daughter of Ludovico il Moro, the ruling nobility in Bobbio, 500 years ago. Two letters found recently in the eyes of the Mona Lisa – the letter ‘S’ and ‘G’ alleged initials Bianca.
“Based on my research I have identified the subject is Giovanna Bianca Sforza and bridge in the background is one that spans the River Trebbia in Bobbio,” he said, as reported by the Daily Mail, Monday, January 10, 2011."