Venusberg

[mythology] Venusberg (German: `Venus mountain`) or Hörselberg is the name of a mythical mountain in Germany situated between Gotha and Eisenach and celebrated in German poetry. Caverns in the mountain housed the court of Venus, goddess of love which was supposed to be perfectly hidden from mortal men: to enter the Venusberg was to court e...
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Venusberg

Cavernous court of Venus in late medieval German legend, supposedly visited by Tannhäuser, who then sought absolution from the pope for his sins. ...
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Venusberg

In German mythology, Venusberg was the mountain grotto in which the knight Tannhauser found Venus and her court and spent his days with her in a long debauch, until satiated and filled with remorse he sought Pope Urban at Rome, and begged absolution for his sin.
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