1. Via Sguazza. The dark, dank street where Lisa Gherardini was born.
2. Ponte Vecchio. The "old bridge," home to butchers and grocers in Lisa's day
3. Via Por Santa Maria. The silk shops of Lisa's husband stood on this busy commercial street.
4. Piazza della Signoria. The historic heart of Florence—now and in Lisa's day.
5. Palazzo Vecchio. Lisa's forefathers and husband served on governing councils in this town hall.
6. Bargello. Several Gherardini met a grim fate within this once-dread hall of justice.
7. Piazza Santa Croce. Florentines crowded into this large square for jousts and games of calcio.
8. Via de' Pepi. Lisa's family moved to this lane when she was a teenager.
9. Via Ghibellina. Lisa's grandparents and Leonardo da Vinci's father lived on this street.
10. Il Duomo. The cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore still towers over Lisa's hometown.
11. Battistero di San Giovanni. Lisa was baptized under this ceiling on June 15, 1479.
12. Palazzo Medici. The powerful Medici dynasty ruled Florence during much of Lisa's life.
13. Via della Stufa. The home, extensively renovated, of Lisa, her husband, and their children.
14. Sant'Orsola. The ruins of the once-elite convent where Lisa died.
15. Santissima Annunziata. The private chapel where Lisa's husband and son are buried.
16. San Marco. The fiery preacher Girolamo Savonarola, who served as prior of San Marco.
17. San Domenico di Cafaggio. The former convent of Lisa's younger sisters and oldest daughter.
18. Palazzo Rucellai. Lisa's father and husband married daughters of the wealthy Rucellai clan.
19. Palazzo Strozzi. Excavation for the grandest palazzo in Florence began when Lisa was ten.
20. Santa Maria Novella. The eternal resting place of some of Lisa's Gherardini ancestors.