Friends, there are many idols in the world which are famous all over the world due to their vastness and specialty. But those idols also have some idols which are mysterious and due to their mysterious features, those idols often become the subject of people's curiosity. Even today many big and strong idols are being made in the world, but today I am going to tell you about some special mysterious idols of the world, about which you probably do not know.
1. Great Sphinx - Giza
The Great Sphinx is one of the world's most ancient and monumental statues. This idol has been a mystery for thousands of years, which people have been discovering till date. It has been named an animal of Greek mythology. 2000years ago, a variety of beliefs have been introduced about the idol of the classical era of Greek, but till date no truth could be extracted from it. Many archaeologists believe that 'The Great Sphinx' was prepared during the reign of the Faro Monarchs. Some scholars believe that it was produced during the tenure of the fourth generation of the Greek dynasty. Some other researchers believe that the 'Sphinx' was built in Giza with the Great Pyramid. This idol of the lost civilization of Egypt is still full of mystery and adventure.
2. Statue of Shapar, Iran
The Statue of Shapar is located in the Shapar Caves of the ancient city of Bisapur in Iran. The height of this statue is 21 feet. This is the statue of the second Sassanian king Shapar I. Shaper was an independent and tough administrator. Due to the damage to this idol due to earthquake, it does not have an arm and a foot, yet it has been kept well enough.
3. Statue of Decebalus, Orsova, Romania
Situated in the city of Orsova, Romania, the height of this statue is 131 feet, which is built on the banks of the Danube River. It is the tallest rock statue in Europe. The construction of the Statue of King Decebalus of Romania was done from 1994 to 2004 in Bhich. This king of Romania belonged to the Dacian tribe.
4. The Appenine Colossus, Florence, Italy
It was built in 1579 in the gardens of Villa Medici in Florence, Italy. It was constructed by Gimbologna to fulfill his mistress's whims. The specialty of this statue is that inside it there is also a small chamber for several fountains and orchestras.
5. Tirthankar Jain Statues, Gwalior, India
The Tirthankar Jain sculptures are one of the finest attractions in the city of Gwalior in India. Beautiful sculptures of Tirthankaras are found in ancient Jain Temples and Caves in India. In the city of Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, all the Tirthankara idols will be found on the rock of the hill and in this size, the largest and the biggest statue is 57 feet high. These sculptures are believed to have been constructed between the 7th century and the 15th century.
6. The huge Buddha statue in Leshan
Situated in Leshan city of China, this stone statue of Buddha is 233 feet high. This idol was prepared in the eighth century on the hill of Shijuo. It is as if this idol is looking at three rivers. At the time of its construction, a 13-storey structure here was built with wood. It was overlaid with gold but was destroyed by Mongol invaders during the Yuan dynasty.
7. Dead Lion of Lucerne, Lucerne, Switzerland
Located in the city of Lucerne, Switzerland, this statue was built in honor of the Swiss Guards who were killed in a massacre in the French Revolution of 1792. The height of this statue is 33 feet. This statue was engraved on the wall of a useless sandstone quarry. It was designed by the Danish sculptor Berthel Thorvaldsen, and its construction began in 1818, finishing in 1821.