Jiuhua Mountain, Anhui, 99-meter open-air bronze statue of King Ksitigarbha
Introduction to the 99-meter Tibetan Bodhisattva Bronze Statue in Jiuhua Mountain, Anhui:
The 99-meter bronze statue of Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva in Jiuhua Mountain, Anhui is located in Jiuhua Mountain, one of the four famous Buddhist mountains in China, a national key scenic spot and the first batch of 5A-level tourist attractions. The total area of the Buddha body is 12,000 square meters, all of which are made of corrosion-resistant sub-gold copper (commonly known as 18k alloy or imitation gold copper).
After the completion of the 99-meter bronze statue of Jizo Bodhisattva in Jiuhua Mountain, Anhui, it was included in Baidu Encyclopedia.
The world's highest corrosion-resistant Asian gold cast bronze statue, Anhui Jiuhuashan open-air bronze statue of Tibetan Bodhisattva, 99 meters high
Corrosion Resistant Au Casting
The lotus throne is 15 meters high
The height of the statue is 84 meters
The tin rod is 109.9 meters high
The world's highest open-air bronze statue of Jizo Bodhisattva