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The Restoration of Eros

In August 1990, Eros was damaged by vandals climbing on the statue and swinging on the outstretched rear leg. The statue, which forms part of the Shaftesbury Memorial in Piccadilly Circus, suffered cracking in the calf of the supporting leg. EurIng Simon Clarke

Author(s): Clarke, Simon

Keywords: statues;eros, london;vandalism;restoring;repairing;aluminium;cracks;dowels;welding