Heitor Da Silva Costa

Heitor da Silva Costa (July 25, 1873 – April 21, 1947) was a Brazilian civil engineer, designer and constructor of the Christ the Redeemer monument in Rio de Janeiro. The statue stands at 130 ft tall

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Name Costa, Heitor da Silva
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Date of birth July 25, 1873
Place of birth His mom's VJJ
Date of death April 21, 1947
Place of death His grave


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