Mystery of the most famous smiles in the world may not yet resolved, but archaeologists say they have found the body of the famous Mona Lisa. The monastery of Saint Ursula in Florence, they had unearthed a skeleton that is believed to have belonged to Lizzie Gerardin del Djokondo who was supposedly the model for Leonardo's image.
Scientists have a few years ago based on historical records come to the conclusion that Liz last two years of his life (the 1542nd year) spent in the monastery of Saint Ursula in Florence and is buried there.
On the first view of the skull and pelvis, the skeleton probably belonged to a woman - said anthropologist Giorgio Grupioni.
Archaeologists will take DNA from the bones and compare it with the remains of Lisa's children, who were buried in a separate grave. Scientists hope that will restore her face and compare it with what the Mona Lisa painting.