The Mystery of Fibonacci


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Bejaïa, Algeria • Wishlist • 

Fibonacci was born into a wealthy Pisan family, the son of a merchant who was stationed at a trading post in North Africa, modern day Algeria. It was here that Fibonacci was introduced to the Indian Arabic numerals while Europe were still mostly using Roman numerals

  • Béjaïa, Algeria

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Florence National Central Library

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Florence, Italy • Wishlist • 

The Florence National Central Library holds a copy of the revolutionary book Liber Abaci, in which Italian mathematician Fibonacci in 1202 introduced the Western world into the Indian-Arabic numeral system. In a later chapter he also shows what we now now as the Fibonacci sequence via a story about breeding rabbits.

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Mole Antonelliana

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Turin, Italy • Memory • 

Home of Italy’s national museum of cinema and the tallest museum in the world at 167m tall. The dome is illuminated with the Fibonacci numbers at night

  • 10124 Turin, Metropolitan City of Turin, Italy

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Magazzino Bar Ristorante

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Göteborg, Sweden • Wishlist • 

As tipped off by @asundgren the exterior of this Italian restaurant in Gothenburg shows the Fibonacci sequence. Unusually it starts one term early at 0.

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