The site of Venus of Willendorf was discovered in 1908 and is a statue of a woman in the Stone Age. Visitors can also watch some of the historical sites that were dug up at the same time, and learn about people's thoughts and history at that time.
Compared with the small town of Melk at the other end of the Wachau Valley, the small town of Krems looks much cleaner. Many tourists take the boat directly back to the small town of Melk, and only a few do not turn back. Disembark from the town and take a vintage car with a sense of time to the railway station.
The statue has an enlarged stomach and breasts, its pubic area is greatly emphasized, probably serving as a representative of procreativity, and the red ochre pigment covering it has been thought to symbolize or serve as menstrual blood seen as a life giving agent.
The ruins of Venus of Willendorf were discovered at a position of 1908 meters during the construction process. The representative excavation is a female figure of the Stone Age.