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  • Angela Holt

    True love has always exsisted...The 5,000-6,000 year old skeletons were found near Mantua, Italy. AMAZING!

  • Terri Notter-Veit (Aseret)

    For 6,000 years, two young lovers have been locked in an eternal embrace, hidden from the eyes of the world. This past weekend, the Lovers of Valdaro — named for the little village near Mantua, in northern Italy, where they were first discovered — were seen by the public for the first time. <3 forever The lovers are in fact two human skeletons, dating back to the Neolithic era; they were found in a necropolis in the nearby village

  • Morgan Mabberly

    A pair of human skeletons found at a construction site outside Mantua, Italy, are believed by archaeologists to be a man and a woman from the Neolithic period, buried around 6,000 years ago, holding hands all this time :) love after death

  • ♛ Sam Siam Cat ♛

    Human skeletons estimated to be 6000 years old believed to be a man and a woman no older than 20. Found in Northern Italy.

  • Lindsey Mills

    I don't know why but the skeletons holding each other made me cry. It's singularly the most beautiful and tragic thing I have ever seen...

  • abdalexyz

    Archaeologists unearthed the skeletons dating back to the late Neolithic period outside Mantua, 25 miles south of Verona, the city of Shakespeare’s story of doomed love. Buried between 5,000 and 6,000 years ago, the prehistoric pair are believed to have been a man and a woman and are thought to have died young, because their teeth were found intact, said Elena Menotti, the archaeologist who led the dig.

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