BIGGEST Statues in the World!

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  • Published on Jul 14, 2019
  • Ready to learn about all of the amazing, BIGGEST statues in the world? Who built them? Why? And where can we find them! Learn all that and more in today's video.
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    4. Emperors Yan And Huang
    The faces of both Emperor Yan and Emperor Huang sit atop this mountain--or, shall we say, were carved from the mountain. The monument scends upward from the Yellow River, complete with a 180-foot or 55-meter platform that holds up the 167-foot or 51-meter busts. It took 20 years to finish making the busts, which were completed in 2007. It cost China $22.5 million to build. That seems like a steep price, but the sculptures bring in a lot of tourism, so it all sorts itself out. After all, the statues were made as a testament to China’s politics and economy.
    3. Laykyun Sekkya
    Here it is, the third-tallest statue in the world: Laykyun Sekkya! It is 381 feet or 116 meters tall, standing on a 44-foot or 13.5-meter throne. Construction of this enormous monument began in 1996 and was completed 12 years later in 2008. Chief Abbot Ven. Narada commissioned the project and dedicated the sculpture to Gautama Buddha. Local people donated to the temple, which is where all the funding for the project came from. If you want to see it in person, book a flight to Monywa, Myanmar and make your way to the Khatakan Taung village.
    2. The Spring Temple Buddha
    This colossal statue is located in the Lushan County of Henan, China and is the second tallest statue in the world. Tourists must travel to the Fodushan Scenic Area to witness the size of the Spring Temple Buddha for themselves. When you combe the size of the pedestal, the statue measures 502 feet or 153 meters tall. Construction started in 1997 and was completed in 2008. It was named the “Spring Temple” Buddha because of the nearby hot spring where the water is said to have curative properties.

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Comments • 26

  • V3ntilator
    V3ntilator 2 days ago

    A bunch of Buddha statues here.

  • p u
    p u Month ago

    All graven images. All are sin.

  • pranav r
    pranav r 2 months ago

    Garuda vishnu = Indian (Hindu) God.
    Buddha = Indian
    Sardar vallabhbhai patel = Iron Man of India.

  • nick
    nick 2 months ago

    Statue of unity is awesome
    😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰
    It's proud to be Plepole

  • Oldenweery
    Oldenweery 2 months ago

    Excuse me, you first say that the statue of Guan Yu is a "bronze" statue, then tell us it's made up of "strips of _copper."_ Bronze is an alloy of _copper_ and _tin_ (and sometimes other chemical elements) and when used for statuary it's usually cast in molds. Copper can be hard enough to take an edge sharp enough to shave with, but bronze is hard enough that during the Bronze Age they used it to make razors, knives, swords, and cannons. Otherwise interesting video, thanks.

  • Dan T.
    Dan T. 2 months ago

    GHANDI

  • oneye Bat
    oneye Bat 2 months ago

    So, what happen to Mount Rushmore.

  • Jack Mason
    Jack Mason 2 months ago

    At first I thought this was just about free-standing statues, but you included some faces carved into a mountain. Where would Stone Mountain in Georgia, USA fit into all this?

  • J.M.KITTYCAT
    J.M.KITTYCAT 2 months ago

    Amazing. I don't want to be a statue of the crazy cat lady.

  • LotrKelly
    LotrKelly 2 months ago

    Motherland statue in Kyiv (Kiev)

  • Kim Whitehead
    Kim Whitehead 2 months ago +1

    The world needs art. I applaud all these engineers.

  • PREPFORIT
    PREPFORIT 2 months ago +1

    " The Green Dragon Crescent Blade " Very METAL indeed !

  • Don Fields
    Don Fields 2 months ago +1

    Its all neat but wouldnt india, and all the other places for that matter, do better with water development, housing, food etc, i bet if you asked the guy the statue is of he would agree. Stupid humans still today, we deserve extinction i swear.

  • Tara World
    Tara World 2 months ago +4

    Why not use the money to feed the poor or helping the elderly in their countries?

    • Simba
      Simba 2 months ago

      @Kya RL - Ignorance is bliss...ignorance is Kya.

    • Kya RL
      Kya RL 2 months ago

      Becoz they should be able to earn money for themselves like the rest of us, they don’t work... well that’s their problem. Poor countries - we already give them heaps of money same goes with elderly people.

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    brad khie tv 2 months ago

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  • NOOB TO PRO
    NOOB TO PRO 2 months ago +1

    I am 7th

  • Joedoeem
    Joedoeem 2 months ago +1

    Lol im the 6th comment

  • theylied1776
    theylied1776 2 months ago +2

    China has an inferiority complex and they will not allow any country, especially India, have the worlds tallest statue for very long. Whenever a country announces they have the biggest, longest, or tallest anything China immediately starts construction to beat the record.

    • theylied1776
      theylied1776 2 months ago

      @Don Fields True.

    • Don Fields
      Don Fields 2 months ago +2

      The good old ego, why we are all in the mess we are in. The irony of these statues bieng "against" ego is just hilarious really.

  • Charmie Shanishchara
    Charmie Shanishchara 2 months ago +2

    Hey 4th

  • Galva Tron
    Galva Tron 2 months ago +2

    Hey third

  • charles joseph
    charles joseph 2 months ago +2

    Hey second

  • Saul Meyers
    Saul Meyers 2 months ago +2

    hey first