Christ the Redeemer height is 30 m (98.43 ft).
Meters: 30 m
Feet: 98.4252 ft
Inches: 1181.102 in
Kilometers: 0.03 km
Miles: 0.01864114 mi
About Christ the Redeemer Statue
Christ the Redeemer Statue is a statue on the Corcovado Mountain with a height of 30 meters (98 ft) and 38 meters (125 ft) tall with its pedestal. Also, it is a popular tourist site with about 1.5 million people visiting it yearly.
The statue is known around the world. It is a very popular tourist site. The statue brings in an average of 1.5 million visitors yearly to Brazil. The statue can be accessed via an escalator, that snakes through the Corcovado Mountain.
Firstly, the Statue is located at the top of the Corcovado Mountain, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Its coordinates are 22°57′7″S 43°12′38″W. Secondly, it was built with soapstone. Thirdly, On July 7, 2007, it got listed among the New Seven Wonders of the world. Thirdly, the statue was designed by a French sculptor by the name Paul Maximilien Landowski. Fourthly, the face of the statue was created by Romanian sculptor Gheorghe Leonida. Fifthly, it was built by Brazilian civil engineer, Heitor da Silva Costa and French engineer Albert Caquot. Sixthly, in 2001, the statue was designated as a Nation Historic Heritage of Brazil. Seventhly, in 2014 during the Brazilian world cup, the whole statue was lit in yellow and green. Finally, in 2015, after the November 2015 Paris attacks, the whole statue was lit in the colors of the French flag.
Finally, Christ the Redeemer statue height is 30 m (98.43 ft).