Which statues are on Easter Island?
A recent survey by the BBC found that there are only a handful of Easter Island statues that are on display in museums around the world.
The BBC’s The World’s Most Beautiful Place to Visit initiative surveyed the sculptures of Easter island, the islands largest, with a team of more than 1,000 volunteers from all over the world to get a better idea of what people in different parts of the world are thinking of.
But the researchers did find some intriguing new ones.
“There are some very interesting statues on Easter island,” said Dr. David Mottram, lead author on the survey.
“We found a few that are really unique and have a lot of meaning.
And there are some that were very well known before, but people don’t really know about.”
The BBC also found that some of the most popular statues are of women.
“Women have been depicted on Easter islands for as long as we can remember, and we’ve found some very beautiful female statues,” said Mottrams co-author and researcher, Laura Friesen.
“Some of them have been around for decades and we didn’t really have a good way to find them.
We’re very pleased to have found some new ones.”
One of the statues featured in the survey was of the mother and child.
It is known as the “mother of all Easter eggs” and is the symbol of the Island of Love.
Another statue was a sculpture of a female pig with a head that was shaped like a cross.
It’s believed to be the largest Easter egg ever created.
“The pig is the central figure in this image,” said Friesens.
“It’s the symbol that the pig has become the central symbol of Easter, and this pig has a great symbolic value.”
Mott Ram says the statues represent people who had a difficult time finding love.
“They’re women and children and there are a lot more of them than you’d find in a museum,” he said.
“I think the statues tell a very important story, and people want to know about them.”
Motto for the Easter Island Easter Island statue, which is on display at the U.S. National Museum of History and Heritage in Washington, D.C., is “I Love a Pig.”
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