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The10 Most Popular Statues In The World-2
- Jun 30, 2018 -

When talking about history, artistic creation is always amazing. Many sculptures and statues not only witness the history of mankind, but also attract tourists from all over the country to admire the ingenious and elegant design of their craft. The following are the 10 most popular statues today:


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Rome, Italy: The Dying Gaul

The Dying Gaul is the marble statue of ancient Rome. It was a statue of the Romans that mimic a Hellenistic age, whose original work was lost and believed to be made of bronze, and may be made by an unknown artist by King Atta Ross Thi, the king of gagma between the first 230 years of the first 220 years, to celebrate the king's defeat of the Galatians in Asia Minor. The artist is probably Maher P Gonus, who was in the palace of the Palma.

The marble statue was sculptured by the Romans in the 1~2 century. It depicts a Gallic soldier who is seriously wounded in the chest and hangs his head at the end of his life. He still wants to prop up and fight again. The statue was excavated at the underground of Ludovisi Villa in Rome in 1623. The statue is extant in the Musei Capitolini of Rome, capital of Italy.


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Bust of Nefertiti

In 1912, a German archaeologist led by the German archaeologist, Ludwig Borchardt, found a half body portrait of Nefertiti at the atelier of tamos in Amarna, Egypt.

Bust of Nefertiti was first discovered in 1912. A German archaeological team, led by Ludwig Borchardt, was found in the studio of an ancient sculptor, Thutmose, in Amarna, Egypt, to find the statue of the limestone bust of more than 3300 years. Akhenaten was the queen of Pharaoh Akhenaten in the fourteenth Century B.C. This bust is currently housed in Neues Museum, Berlin, Germany.


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The Kiss

This is a marble sculpture completed by Auguste Rodin, French sculptor (1840-1917) in 1889. It combines the desire and rationalism to produce an artistic work that expresses human sexuality and love.


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Vatican: The Pietà

"The Pietà" is the Renaissance, Michelangelo's famous work in 1496, located in the Basilica Sancti Petri of the Vatican. It depicts the grieving situation of Maria in the embrace of the crucified Christ. This is the first work of the artist.


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Egypt: The Great Sphinx

The Sphinx is a statue of a seat next to Pyramid. It is a lion's body and human head. Sphinx is about 73.5 meters long, about 19.3 meters wide and about 20.22 meters high. Sphinx is now known as the oldest memorial statue. It is believed that it was built during the reign of Pharaoh Hufu.

Sphinx is a mythical creature with the lion's body and human head. As for the face of Sphinx, it is generally considered to be the face of Pharaoh Khafra.