A journey to discover Leonardo da Vinci cannot be limited to visiting the geographical places where he was born, where he worked and where his works are kept. The tour must provide the opportunity to explore the landscapes, the historical and cultural elements that inspired it. The fifteenth-century fountain where he was baptized in the church of Santa Croce is also worth seeing. In the heart of the village, the thirteenth-century church that now has neo-Renaissance architectural features, is the place of Leonardo's baptism. In the small baptistery there is still the fifteenth-century font where it is believed that on April 16, 1452 the parish priest Piero di Bartolomeo Cecchi gave the sacrament to Leonardo. A plaque commemorates the event with the words that grandfather Antonio Da Vinci wrote in his register... The note shows some data of the happy event: 'Nachue un mio nipote, figliuolo di ser Piero mio figliuolo a dì 15 d'aprile in sabato, a ore 3 di notte. Ebbe nome Lionardo. Batezollo prete Piero di Bartolomeo da Vinci, […]' ('My nephew, my son sir Piero's son, was born on the 15th of April, on Saturday, at 3 am. He got the name Leonardo. He was baptized by the priest Piero di Bartolomeo da Vinci').