Quote from “America’s Forgotten Founding Father” by Dr Rosanne Welch – 4 in a series – To Medical School

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“Ten years later Filippo, serious and lean at seventeen, stood on Piazza Santa Maria Nuova in Florence, at the gates of Santa Maria Nuova Hospital, unsure of if he could even enter a place with such an imposing history. Founded in 1288 by Folco Portinari, the father of the beloved Beatrice of Dante’s Divine Comedy, Santa Maria Nuova was also the place where Da Vinci had once been a medical intern, as Filippo was about to be.”

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