Christ the Redeemer, also known as Cristo Redentor in Portuguese, is a 130 foot tall statue on the Corcovado mountain over Rio de Janerio, Brazil. The statue was built between 1922 and 1931 and has become a symbol of Rio de Janerio itself. After people disappeared, Christ the Redeemer still watches over Rio de Janerio, but with no people to inspire. How long does Christ's regin on Earth last?
1 Day after People: In Rio De Janeiro, high above the city, the statue of Christ the Redeemer remains one of the most famous structures on the planet. But one day after people the power plants begin to shut down around the world, but the statue remains the last light in the city.
4 Days after People: The statue is consumed by the night when its lights fail When this light fails, so does Christ's protection from fog and lightning and corrosion.
50 Years after People: Over the Corcovado mountain the hands of Christ the Redeemer fall by corrosion.
250 Years after People: The rest of Christ the Redeemer is now vulnerable to the wind. After a strong wing the statue cracks and collapses.
500 Years after People: Only the pedestal and a part of the feet remain of the statue.