Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

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  • Languages
    English

Overview

Christ the Redeemer is a 30 meters tall statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, designed by Brazilian engineer Heitor da Silva Costa and sculpted by French artist Paul Landowski. Constructed in 1931, it symbolizes Christianity’s presence and offers sweeping views of the city’s coastline, forests, and metropolitan environment. Attracting millions of tourists annually, the statue represents togetherness, peace, and religion. It was added to the New Seven Wonders of the World list in 2007. Christ the Redeemer is a must-see destination for visitors to Rio de Janeiro due to its majestic presence and tranquil appearance, evoking wonder and veneration.

Highlights

  • Christ the Redeemer statue
  • Famous beaches
  • Largest carnival
  • Sugarloaf Mountain
  • Breathtaking views.

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  • Travel Insurance
  • Packing Essentials
  • Overpacking
  • Last-Minute Planning
  • Ignoring Safety Precautions
  • Overextending Itinerary
  • Disregarding Local Customs

Languages

  • English

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