Here are some facts to know about statue of unity
It faces Narmada river
It took 4 years to build the statue
It can withstand earthquakes and 100km wind speed
It is 182m tall
Lot of bronze panels were used to build the statue
There is a museum, garden and lodging near the statue
7pm night show is something not to miss.
* At 182 metres, Statue of Unity is the tallest statue in the world * The statue faces the Narmada Dam & located on a river island called Sadhu Bet * It is located between Satpura & Vindhya mountain ranges * Over 3,000 workers including 300 engineers from L& T built the statue in 3 & half years * Statue of Unity will turn from its original bronze colour to green colour due to a natural aging process * The statue will be able to withstand earthquakes & wind speed up to around 100 km per second * The statue has a viewing gallery at 153 metres * A museum, a 3 star lodging facility, a food court, a memorial garden & a grand museum are part of the Statue of Unity Happy journey 🙌
182 metres tallest statue in the world. 4 high-speed lifts are fitted in the statue’s legs. Each lift can carry 26 people to the top in just above 30 seconds. The statue has a viewing gallery at 153 metres from where around 200 people can have a panoramic view of the Sardar Sarovar Dam, and the Satpura and Vindhyachal mountain ranges.
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