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Third Venus found in Granada

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The third Venus was discovered in Granada
Third Venus found in Granada

In the Spanish city of Granada, a unique find was found – the statue of the goddess Venus. The discovery took place in August 2018. In 2012-2013, two other deities’ sculptures were excavated from the earth in the same area.

The discovered “third Venus” measures 60 cm in height and is in a much better condition than its predecessor. The statue was located in a Roman villa, which remains have survived to our times.

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