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EL ENCUERADO EN LA DUCHA

EL ENCUERADO EN LA DUCHA

Venus de Milo.- Museo de Louvre, París,Francia.: La Afrodita de Milos (griego: "Αφροδίτη της Μήλου"), más conocida como Venus de Milo, es una de las estatuas más representativas del periodo helenístico de la escultura griega, y una de las más famosas esculturas de la antigua Grecia. @Ana G. G. Pascual via Emilio Clemente

: La Afrodita de Milos ( "Αφροδίτη της Μήλου") conocida como Venus de Milo( 130 a 100 a.

Giant 16th-Century ‘Colossus’ Sculpture In Florence, Italy Has Entire Rooms Hidden Inside

Giant 16th-Century ‘Colossus’ Sculpture In Florence, Italy Has Entire Rooms Hidden Inside

red-lipstick: Gigantic century sculpture known as Colosso dell’Appennino, or the Appennine Colossus located in the park of Villa Demidoff (just north of Florence, Italy). It was erected in 1580 by Italian sculptor Giambologna Italy).

“Miguel Ángel se colocó desafiante delante de este Moisés de casi dos metros y medio, le golpeó con un martillo y le gritó: ¡Habla!”

10 esculturas famosas y sus autores

Il Mosè di Michelangelo Buonarroti - Basilica di san Pietro in Vincoli

The Hand sculpture that rises out of the sand of the beach in Punta del Este, Uruguay, has become one of its country's most recognizable landmarks.

"Los dedos" in the Brava beach, Punta del Este. A concrete based sculpture that was sculpted in 1982 by Chilean artist Mario Irárrazabal.

Silent Evolution....This underwater sculpture by Jason de Caires Taylor is so beautiful and the way it changes over time is stunning.

In Molinere Bay on the West coast of Grenada lies the world's first ever underwater sculpture park, which is home to 65 breathtaking sculptures created by underwater photographer, sculptor and conservationist Jason de Caires Taylor.

Rooftop Sculpture at the Casa Batlló (Gaudi), Barcelona

Architecture - Antoni Gaudi - Art Nouveau - Modernisme Catalan - Rooftop Sculpture at the Casa Batlló - Barcelona

Perseus with  the head of Medusa, in Florence~ the ancients carved statues of their history, and many believe these creatures of myth were creations of biogenetic engineering by an ancient yet advanced race.  Many of our own biogeneticists are on the cutting edge of creating two headed dogs and giving head transplants today.

Benvenuto Cellini’s 1545 bronze sculpture of Perseus and the head of Medusa; Loggia dei Lanzi of the Piazza della Signoria in Florence, Italy.

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