One hundred people to Rio, a place where one hundred people will come: Monte Cristo. This is the scene that I think of Rio first when I think of it. Today I finally stood here!
This 38-meter-high statue of Christ stands on the 700-meter-high Hump Mountain and overlooks the entire city of Rio with his loving eyes. No matter where you are in the city, you can see Monte Cristo as long as you can see the blue sky.
This is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. People who are always on the pilgrimage can't even find a scene behind no one, but you can't resist the charm here! Standing at the feet of Jesus Christ, I can feel the famous Brazilian classic: God spent six days to create the world, and the seventh day created Rio! ##
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In many, many film and television works, as long as the scene is represented by Rio de Janeiro, the first shot switched is the huge Christ the Redeemer stone statue.
It is the symbol of the city.
Jesus Mountain's real name is Corcovado Mountain. It is known as Mount Jesus. It was named after the world-famous stone statue of the Redeemer.
709, located on the west coast of Rio de Janeiro, with green plants, rocks, waterfalls, etc., is a good place to overlook the city.
Christ Hill & Christ the Redeemer Stone Sightseeing Guide:
Opening hours: 8
Mount Jesus, also known as Camelback Mountain, Monte Cristo, officially known as Corcovado Mountain, is located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil's second largest city. The hill is located at an altitude of 2310 feet and a height of 709 meters. It is the most ideal place to visit Rio de Janeiro. Christ the Redeemer statue. Although the weather is usually rainy but the air quality is very good. The buildings and roads under the mountain are clearly visible, which really makes me happy. The image of Christ in the rain did not appear to be desolate because of the rain. Instead, it became taller and taller, sheltering this land he loved and every one of his people. Coupled with the light of the night and the refraction of the clouds, a more magnificent image of Christ appeared in the sky, and I am afraid that this can only be seen in such bad weather.
The small train on the top of Monte Cristo is quite famous. Although the driver of the shulter bus is in the business under the mountain, most of the visitors will take the N step, the team will be half an hour, and try the 65 reais. The taste of the shuttle on a green mountain forest road.
Also attracted me is the red in the setting sun, which sent me to the feet of Christ to feel the sanctuary of God.
Located on the east side of the Chijuca National Forest, Jesus Mountain was built to commemorate the success of the Brazilian independence movement. From a distance, it seems to welcome and embrace people coming to Brazil. When the weather is fine during the day, you can see the image of Jesus in any corner of Rio. When the night falls, the white light on the image of Jesus will match the urban landscape of the mountain, which is psychedelic and solemn.