The famous work of art of Alexander of Antioch - Aphrodite is an ancient Greek statue, which you can admire for hours.
The statue of Aphrodite from white marble, personifying the goddess of love, was found on the island of Milos, and now is located in the Louvre. Everyone can contemplate it.
How to do?
1. The statue of Venus de Milo is located in the Louvre in a part called Sully, in the 16th hall of Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities.
2. Enjoy the legendary beauty of Venus de Milo, created 100 years before our era and enveloped in many secrets.
Photo: Statue of Venus of Milo, © Tim and Rachel Furnish
By the way, the proportions of the ancient Greek beauty are 89-69-93 from the calculation of the growth of 164 centimeters (the height of the statue is about 2 meters).
Where to do?
One of the largest and oldest museums in the world has a huge collection of art and historical relics from all around the world.46
The Louvre is located in the heart of Paris. The exact address is Rivoli Street, the 1st district of the capital.Open hours:
daily from 9 am to 6 pm; on Wednesdays and Fridays till 9:45 pm. The Louvre is closed on Tuesdays.Official website: http://www.louvre.fr
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