Stone Emperors Yandi and Huangdi | Zhengzhou, Henan, China (East Asia) Yandi and Huangdi are legendary figures and generally regarded as the ancestors of the modern Chinese people. Stone figures, with 18-meter-high (about 59 feet) heads and 82-meter-high (about 269 feet) bodies, are facing the Yellow River. In total, the stone figures measure 106 meters (about 348 feet) high, making them the fifth tallest statues in the world.
Unfinished Eiffel Tower... When the City of Paris assumed ownership of the Eiffel Tower in 1909, there were plans to have the structure dismantled. But because the Eiffel Tower served as a vital communications hub, the city ultimately decided to let it be.