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Photo credit © Ed Alcock / eyevine INTELLIGENT LIFE MAGAZINE MAY / JUNE 2014 Tourists flock to view the Mona Lisa painting by Leonardo da Vinci which hangs in the Louvre art gallery in Paris, France.

Photo credit © Ed Alcock / eyevine
INTELLIGENT LIFE MAGAZINE MAY / JUNE 2014
Tourists flock to view the Mona Lisa painting by Leonardo da Vinci which hangs in the Louvre art gallery in Paris, France.

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