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Cycling the Danube and for the section the North side which faces South is best with vineyards and Venus. The village is charming the location interesting and 5 * because of its historical importance. A definite place to stop.
This is a nice educational site along our bike route that describes the Venus statue found here in the early 1900s while excavating a paleolithic site. The original statue is only about 11cm high (less than 5 inches) and was remarkable in that several other...More
This is about art and archeology. The Venus of Willendorf could be the oldest sculptured figurine.
By the given information, the statuette of a female figure estimated to have been made between 28,000 and 25,000 was excavated by archeologists during their excavation in Willendorf village...More
Getting to Willendorf is easy by bus from the Krems bahnoff or by boat from the Krems dock. The small museum is very interesting in its interpretation of the Venus found here and others found elsewhere in Europe. The admission fee is quite modest. While...More
It is a small village, so the museum is snall too. If you've seen the original Venus in Vienna, it is a good idea to come here and see how it was found. Maybe you get some more ideas about the history of our species....More