It is a set of sculptures that represents Venus, the Roman goddess of love and beauty, accompanied by her son Cupid, the Eros of the Greeks, also considered the god of loving desire. They were made in Italy in the 18th century in the Baroque style and come from the Archiepiscopal Palace of Umbrete, from where they reached their current location in 1864. The pedestal also dates from the 18th century and was sculpted by Cayetano de Acosta in the Rococo style. The set measures about 3.5 meters.
MONUMENT TO VENUS
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