Statue of Liberty

Tallest Statues in the World: The Statue of Liberty is regarded as one of the tallest sculptures among those constructed around the world. Although, the statue was a gift to the United States by France on the centenary of the American Revolution. But more subsequent taller monuments have exceeded the record for highest statue in the globe. Hence, the statue is now considerable at a height of 52 meters.

Height: 93 m, (305 feet)
Weight: 450,000 pounds (204,116 kg) or 225 tons


Motherland Calls statue

Height:  85 m (279 ft)
Weight: 8,000 tonnes


Motherland Calls statue

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Another of the tallest statues in the world is the Motherland Calls statue. This statue is a representation of a woman that is calling for her kids to fight the enemy. Hence, this statue is the tallest statue of a woman in the world, built in 1967. However, in this statue, the hands of the statue are on both sides. The structure of the statue is also unique. Although, the statue is a very complex structure from an engineering standpoint, it is best to visit the statue during May, September, and October.

Sardar Patel Statue

Height: 182 metres (597 feet)
Weight: around 67,000 tonnes


Sardar Patel Statue

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The Sardar Patel Statue is also one of the tallest statues in the world. Hence, this statue is based on the design of Ram V Sutar. However, a base that can support 1700 tonnes of weight supports the statue’s construction. It is also able to withstand strong winds and earthquakes. The base is a rectangular structure that is 25 meters tall and 25 meters wide.

Furthermore, The statue is located on the Mamayev Kurgan in Volgograd. This statue is also part of the set “To the Heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad” in Volgograd. This statue was constructed during the time when the United States was at war. In addition to the statue, there is a museum of the history of the building and a shopping center located nearby. Four high-speed elevators with a 30-second capacity to lift up to 26 persons to the statue’s peak are also available.

statue of the Buddha: Tallest Statues in the World

Height: 45 metres (148 feet)
Weight: about 135 tons
Phuket Big Buddha


statue of the Buddha: Tallest Statues in the World

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In addition, the statue of the Buddha is a very popular pilgrimage destination. It is also one of the world’s tallest and most beautiful statues. Although, this statue stands on a reshaped hill. However, the Spring Temple Buddha is the name of the nearby temple. After the season that the statue symbolizes, the temple has that name. Hence, the statue is able to withstand wind speeds of up to 180 kilometers per hour. The temple has a viewing gallery that is able to provide expansive views of the Vindhya mountain range and the Satpura mountain range.

Moreover, The statue stands atop a hill with a lotus throne. The temple has a viewing gallery that can accommodate up to 200 people. There are also several different elevators that can carry up to 26 people to a height of 153 meters. The base of the statue is able to withstand earthquakes that are 6.5 on the Richter scale. It is also able to withstand wind speeds of up 100 kilometers per hour.

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