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In the Campo San Barnaba, the 18th century church of the same name is somewhat forlorn. Deconsecrated and emptied of its best art, it is now an exposition space, currently hosting a show on the whimsical machinery designs of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST002169" title="Leonardo da Vinci" href="/topic/arts-culture/leonardo-da-vinci-PEHST002169.topic">Leonardo da Vinci</a>.
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( Susan Spano / Los Angeles Times / May 19, 2014 )

In the Campo San Barnaba, the 18th century church of the same name is somewhat forlorn. Deconsecrated and emptied of its best art, it is now an exposition space, currently hosting a show on the whimsical machinery designs of Leonardo da Vinci.

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