Statues aren’t just statues when it comes to travel. They are probably the most symbolic artistic statements an country could have. Certain statues, you look at, and already can get a taste for its corresponding country’s ideologies and general flare. But, which statues are the largest in the world? We’ve got your answers….amazing!
8. The Angel of the North
Gateshead England, 1998 (20m)
7. The Golden Driller
Tulsa, Oklahoma, US, 1953 (23m)
6. Christ the Redeemer
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1931 (38M)
5. Genghis Kahn
Tsonijin Boldlog, Mongolia, 2008 (40m)
4. Statue of Liberty
New York City, US, 1886 (46m)
3. The Motherland Calls
Volgograd, Russia, 1967 (83m)
2. Peter the Great
Moscow, Russia, 1997 (96m)
1. Ushiku Dalibutsu
Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, 1993 (110m)
Another angle of Ushiku Dalibustu.
Such amazing places in this world we live in! Share, and tempt your friends into booking the first flight out!
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