The sculpture is a bronze replica, the work depicts Laocoon and his two sons being entangled to death by giant snakes. The content of the sculpture is based on the story of the Battle of Troy in Greek mythology. In the War of Troy, Laocoon warned his compatriots that it is dangerous to move the wooden horse left by the Greeks into the city. Therefore, the Greek protector Athena sent two giant pythons to Laocoon and entangled the priest and his two sons. The sculpture shows this shocking scene: the big snake uses its deadly twist to strangle Laocoon and his sons, one snake is caught on the younger son's chest, and the other snake is wrapped around the father's thigh. Laocoon's head was tilted back, his lips were slightly open, and his face deformed due to pain. The elder son, who was also entangled by the snake, looked at his father in despair.
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