The Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro is one of the most iconic and popular tourist attractions on the planet, known the world over and featuring on millions of postcards and Instagram posts.
But another city in Brazil, Encantado, has decided to beat Rio at its own game by building an even bigger Jesus statue.
The new structure will be named Christ the Protector and become the third tallest Jesus statue in the world when complete, standing at 43m - putting it 5 metres closer to God than Christ the Redeemer.
It's beaten on the list of world's tallest by the Jesus Buntu Burake statue in Indonesia at 52.55m, along with Christ the King in Poland, which is 52.5m including its mound.
Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer is 38m high.
The new structure is costing around NZ$500,000 and was the brainchild of local politician Adroaldo Conzatti, who has died of COVID-19.