What Is a Headless Statue Called?

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A headless statue is called a torso. Torsos do not have heads or limbs. A famous torso statue is the Belvedere Torso. There is also the headless statue of Lenin in Las Vegas. There is also a headless statue in front of Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas.
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