The statue of “Christ the Redeemer” in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro is the second tallest statue of Jesus in the world. It is 30 meters high.
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Poland's “Christ the King” is 33 meters tall (108 ft) -- a reference to Christ's age when he died.
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It took five years to complete the stone and fiberglass statue located on top of a hill in Świebodzin, Poland.
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Like Brazil's "Christ the Redeemer," the Polish statue has its arms open wide in blessing. One difference is that "Christ the King" bears an elaborate crown.
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