1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13
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
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.
Piazza dei Cavalleggeri, 1, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy
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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