"Il Palazzo Enciclopedico," or "The Encyclopedic Palace," the name of an imaginary museum designed in the 1950s by an untrained architect, the Italian-American Marino Auriti, to display the greatest discoveries of the human race. Later, The New York Times would write that Honnold’s free solo of El Capitan should be celebrated “as one of the great athletic feats of any kind, ever.” Synnott, Mark. The Impossible Climb (p. 390). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.

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