- Yuan-Dao Guanyin Temple
- 30.3 m high, 35.9 m wide, 13.7 m deep dimension(s)
- Taiwan, China (New Taipei City)
The largest steel sculpture measures 30.3 m (99 ft 4.91 in) high, 35.9 m (117 ft 9.38 in) wide, 13.7 m (44 ft 11.37 in) deep, and was built by the Yuan-Dao Guanyin Temple, in Taipei, Chinese Taipei, on 10 September 2019.
The sculpture took over 20 years to complete and weighs 285.48 tonnes. It depicts the thousand-eye, thousand-hand Guanyin (Goddess of Mercy).