Corcovado Mountain Height – How Tall?


Corcovado Mountain Height

Corcovado mountain height is 710 m (2329.396 ft).

Meters: 710 m
Feet: 2329.396 ft
Inches: 27952.76 in
Kilometers: 0.71 km
Miles: 0.4411735 mi

About Corcovado Mountain

Corcovado, also known as Corcovado mountain, or Corcovado hill, is a mountain in Brazil with a height of 710 m (2329.4 ft). Also, on the top of the Corcovado mountain is the popular Christ the Redeemer Statue – referred to as ‘Cristo Redentor’ by the Brazilians. Finally, the Corcovado is located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and its coordinates are 22°57′8.7″S 43°12′42″W.

Tourism & Statue

The mountain is a popular tourist location. In fact, many visitors around the world flock to see the Christ the Redeemer Statue on top. Also, at the top of the mountain offers an observation deck for visitors. On the observation deck, visitors can get a panoramic view of the city. Visitors can see,  Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas lake, downtown Rio de Janeiro, Copacabana beach, Sugarloaf Mountain and Ipanema beach. Visitors can also see the famous Estádio do Maracanã (Maracanã Stadium).

Some Facts

Corcovado Mountain Height

Asides the Corcovado mountain height of 710 m (2329.4 ft), we have outlined some simple facts about this mountain.

Firstly, the Corcovado mountain is sometimes confused with the nearby Sugarloaf Mountain. Secondly, the mountain has a viewing platform at the peak. Thirdly, at the peak of the Corcovado, is the Christ the Redeemer statue. Fourthly, at the top of this mountain is a massive granite dome. Fifthly, the Corcovado mountain is the highest granite dome in Brazil. Sixthly, the Observation deck on the top of the mountain offers a panoramic view of the city. Seventhly, the Corcovado height in light-years is 7.50486621E-15 light-years (ly). Eighthly, the mountain is a popular tourist site. On the top visitors can see some of the famous favelas in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Finally, the mountain peak is oftentimes covered by cloud.

The Corcovado mountain is a cultural icon of brazil


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