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Statua della Minerva, Pavia

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  • This marble and bronze statue was created in 1938 and is located on a busy roundabout square in the center of Pavia. It shows Minerca, the Roman goddess of Wisdom, with a bronze spear and shield which...  more »
  • A statue of Minerva you will see before you enter the old city from Corso Cavour. Not very special although it was renovated.  more »
  • This statue is in the city centre and it is its symbol! Take a photo of it! It shows Minerva, a goddess who protects the city. The statue has been recently cleaned from the black smog and now it has g...  more »
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  • Nice area to hang out. Loud and busy with locals and tourists.
  • There is a good place to it...Minerva Bar
  • The new Piazza Vittoria.
  • Nice!
  • Appearance suddenly in front of us on the way to the monastery, is reminiscent of the large statues that stood in ancient Greece and Roman times to celebrate the gods as Minerva, Goddess of war here that presents itself in all its absolute power. Tradition has it that the see only after graduating so we have respected this tradition even though many years have passed!
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