Cyrene. Libya. View at the museum of the beautiful sculpture known as the Three Graces. The sculpture is a representation of the three daughters of Zeus known as three charites, Euphrosyne, Aglaea and Thalia - who were said to represent beauty, charm and joy. This Roman example dates from the time of Hadrian and was found in the Baths of Trajan. Cyrene which was founded by Greek immigrants from the little Greek island of Thera –Santorini- around 631 BC is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is North Africa’s most complete ancient Greek city.