The Great Bell in the clock tower of the palace of Westminster, commonly known as Big Ben, is just over 7ft tall. The Statue of Liberty is 305ft tall, including the pedestal. So Big Ben is much, much smaller.
The clock tower of the palace of Westminster, on the other hand, is 315.9ft high, so it is taller than the Statue of Liberty.
Jesus the Redeemer is almost as big as the Statue of Liberty. Know the answer? Liberty.
no the're the same size
The Eiffel Tower is the tallest.
They will be compared because they both are big and they both are statues ?
The names of the worldies are Rocky an easter island head, Liberty a statue of liberty, MIni ben a miniature version of big ben, and Cleo a pyramid! hope this helps!
its the Statue of Liberty
I think Big Ben is bigger.
it is 93 meters
the tianic is bigger
Because it was to big to ship to New York as a whole statue.
it is as big as a camels toung which is 5 ft long
Well,maybe.(yes i believe.)They used machines to develop the Statue of Liberty. BIG ones though.
It is approximately 50m long.
by a big bouat over the see
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You can't really measure but it is definitely bigger that the Statue of Liberty and if it's only a baby and it grows that big in a week, than it's full size must be amazing.
It would take about 3,000,000,000 legos to build the statue of Liberty. The staue of Liberty is that big that all of those legos can fit perfectly on her.
It was big because it is a freedom statue to the USA and she is holding hre hand up high as if she were saying "freedom at last"
13" by 59"... she has a big shoe size...
is there a way to get in the torch on the statue of liberty ?????No you can only go to the crown. Now you can't even get to the crown because of a big accident.
WEll, there is the Empire State Building (but that's not really a STATUE) so a big statue in New York would definitely have to be the famous Statue Of Liberty!! lildancer99<33
The Eiffel tower is taller than the statue of Liberty. It is three and a half times as big as Liberty, pedestal included, or six times as big as the statue itself.The Eiffel tower is 1,063 ft (324 m) tall, whereas the statue is 305 ft or 93 m (pedestal included) or 151 ft (46 meters) for the statue proper (still huge for a statue).A common point is that Gustave Eiffel designed and built the Statue of Liberty's internal frame.