Two Friends Create 'Venus de Milo' From Heavy Snow in Madrid

Two friends from Madrid, Spain, created their own version of the Venus de Milo from snow on January 10 after Storm Filomena brought the worst snowfall the Spanish city had seen in 50 years.

Daniel Mora García, who captured the video, and Miguel Angel created the statue after meeting up in the Alcala de Henares neighborhood to enjoy the snowfall, according to reports.

The statue took around eight hours to complete: six hours to build, and two hours to gather the snow, according to the same report. Credit: Daniel Mora García via Storyful