Where did Leonardo da Vinci paint the Mona Lisa?

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Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa in oil on a poplar panel in Florence, Italy. Historians agree that Leonardo commenced the painting of Mona Lisa in 1503, working on it for approximately four years and keeping it himself for some years after.
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The Mona Lisa painting is in the Louvre Museum in Paris. But Leonardo painted it in Florence, Italy.
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Divnci was paid a commissioned to do the portrait of Lisa Gherardini, the wife of wealthy businessman, Francesco del Giocondo, The Mona Lisa (Mo danna, Lisa - My lady Lisa) was the
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It is widely believed Da Vinci began painting the Mona Lisa in 1503 and worked on it for four years before stopping for unknown reasons. In 1516 DaVinci moved to France following
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The real reason why the Mona Lisa was created by Leonardo is not really known. However, the official reason still remains as such, that the painting was a symbol to mark the birth of a wealthy man's child. The painting was commissioned for a new house to mark the birth a second son, Andrea, to a silk merchant, Francesco del Giocondo.
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