There are thousands of statues all around the world. some of them are world famous attracting tourists and increasing foreign revenue. Here we are presenting the Top 10 tallest statues in the world which stood long and great in different parts of the world.
They are built to remember the historical events, great persons who had done remarkable acts for their nation, some convey spirituality and some historical figures.
Whatever the reason maybe they prove the architectural grandeur and skills of the artists. These are taken years together to be constructed and costed a handful for the governments.
Now this following list will amaze you and prove the hard work and efforts of the craftsmen.
Another Buddha statue which got on to the top ten list is the Ushiku statue which is made of bronze. Inside the statue there made four levels to visit.
The first level is for beautiful music to soothe the heart, second levels display scriptures of Buddhism, at the third level there displayed a total of 30000 Buddha statues and the top level is an area where you can view the beautiful surroundings.
The statue is surrounded by a beautiful garden and made the statue to look even more beautiful.
It was located in the south sea of Sanya in Hainan province. The statue displays three faces one to the Hainan island and the other to towards the sea. The hands even positioned in three different directions.
The statue has a deeper meaning as a goddess to protect the entire country of China. There a well-known temple called Nanshan near the statue.
The left hand of the statue holds a sutra and the right hand showing the vitarka mudra. A string of prayer beads is on the palms and another hand holding a lotus.
It was by far the best statue made of cement who made its place in Top ten tallest statues of the world. The whole statue was painted gold but there is no gold, silver or bronze used anywhere in the construction.
It took 18 years to build from 1990 to 2008. It was located in Wat Muang and dedicated to Gautama Buddha. There is a hell park which depicts the concept of hell near the statue.