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A scaled down replica of the original 'Venus de Milo' statue.
The statuette represents the Greek goddess of love, known as Venus to the Romans and Aphrodite to the Greeks.
Created sometime between 130 and 100 BC, the 'Venus de Milo' statue is widely renowned for the mystery of her missing arms. She was discovered in 1820 in an underground cave on the island of Melos, Greece. Later she was taken out of Greece under unclear circumstances to Paris, where she was to be admired by the millions of visitors to the Louvre Museum.
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