Top 15 largest statues in the world

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The amazing statues around the globe remain for respecting incredible identities and essential occasions in history. Some of them have enough statures to wind up noticeably principle fascination of the city. Followings are 10 tallest statues on the planet.

The Statue of Unity (182 meters)

The Statue of Unity is the portrayal of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. He is one of the founding fathers of India. The statue was inaugurated in Kevadia, in the western state of Gujarat, India, on October 31, 2018. The height of the statue is 597 feet (182 meters) and It’s the tallest statue in India; now is the tallest statue on Earth which can even be seen from the Space!

The Mother Calls, Russia, 87 meters

The Mother Calls
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This mother calls statue was built in 1942-1943 for respecting the battle of Stalingrad. It was sone of the major war of world II.  It is situated in the industrial city in Russia. This statue height is87 meters, only the sword length is 33 meters.

Grand Buddha at Lingshan, China, 88 meters

Grand Buddha at Lingshan
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It is considered one of the tallest Buddha Statue in China; It is situated in Longshan Mountain.  Status height is 88 meters, it is completely made of bronze and weighs 700 tons.

Great Buddha of Thailand, Thailand, 92 meters

Buddha

Great Buddha Statue of Thailand is the; largest statue in the country. Its height is 92 meters.  The construction of this status has started in 1990 and finished in 2008. It is made up of cement along with golden Paint.

Peter the Great statue, Russia, 96 meters

Peter the Great statue

This statue was made in the memory of Russian emperor Peter, who ruled the country for around 43 years.  This statue height is 98 meter faces towards the Moskva river in Moscow city. It weighs 100 tons.

Laykyun Setkyar, Myanmar, 116 meters

It is the second largest statue in the world.  Its height is 116 meters situated in Myanmar.

The Laykyun Setkyar is the second tallest statue in the world at 130 meters including a 13.5 meter throne. It was built on top of Po Kaung Hills near the city of Monywa in central Myanmar. At its foot lies the largest reclining Buddha statue in the world. The Laykyun Setkyar was completed in 2008, the reclining Buddha in 1991.

Rodina Mat (102 meters)

The Motherland Monument

It is located in Kiev the name of the statue is the Rodina Mat Statue. It is designed after a symbol made at the time of world war II in order to mobilize the Soviet people. It is made up of stainless steel.

Cristo-Rei (110 meters)

 Cristo-Rei

Got inspiration from the famous Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, the inauguration of the Cristo-Ri Tirth was done in 1959 after the 10-year building period. The statue is similar to its famous model in Rio, 28 meters (92 feet) high, but it stands as a gate at a height of 82 (209 feet), hence the total height of the monument is 110 meters (361 Feet). There is an observation deck at the base of the statue, which provides panoramic views of Lisbon city.

Emperors Yan and Huang (105 meters)

The statues of Emperors Yan and Huang were shaped into a mountain over a period of 20 years and was finally completed in 2007. The sculpture measures 106 meters (345 ft) tall and symbolizes two of the first Chinese emperors, Yan Di and Huang Di. “Mount Rushmore” of China is situated within Yellow River Scenic Area near Zhengzhou.

 Guan Yin Statue (108 meters)

The tall statue, 108 meters (354 feet) of Bodhisattva Guan Yin is located on the southern bank of Hainan Island of China. The statue has three facets, in which one side faces the inland and the other two face the South China Sea. The statue took 6 years to complete and it was completed in 2005.

Ushiku Daibutsu (120 meters)

Ushiku Daibutsu is located in the Ushiku city in Japan. This figure is the world’s fourth-largest statue, ending in 1995, which is 120 meters high (394 feet) high, with a 10 meter (30 feet) base and a 10 meter (30 feet) lotus platform included.

Visitors of Buddha statue can take a lift on a platform where an observation deck is located. The bronze-shaped figure shows Amitabha Buddha and it is also known as Ushiku Arcadia.

Spring Temple Buddha  (153 meters)

Spring Temple Buddha is one of the world’s largest statues. The total height of the monument is 153 meters (502 feet), consisting of 20 meters (66 feet) lotus throne and 25 meters (82 feet) building.

Immediately after the bombing of the Bamiyan Buddhas by the Taliban in Afghanistan, the planning of construction was made soon. The statue got the finishing touch in 2008 and characterizes Vairocana Buddha.

The Cityscape of Sendai (100 meters tall)

The statue in Cityscape of Sendai, Japan heights 330-foot (100-meter-tall). The sculpture of Sendai Daikannon can be viewed from Mount Aoba.

The Awaji Kannon, or Heiwa Kannon (80 meters)

This sculpture of 260-foot height is standing on Japan’s Awaji Island; It depicts Guanyin.

Grand Buddha Statue (79 meters)

This is a 259-foot tall statue depicting Grand Buddha sculpture in Ling Shan, Jiangsu, China.

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