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Monument at the site where the Venus of Willendorf was found. In the village of Willendorf in der Wachau, a statue made of oolite, a sedimentary rock, the so-called Venus of Willendorf, was found during excavation work on the Danube railway on 7 August 1908. It was found at a depth of 25 cm. It is considered Austria’s best-known find and is exhibited in the Natural History Museum in Vienna. The latest measurements give a dating of 27,150 to 26,850 years BC.