Christ the Redeemer
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- Christ the Redeemer (statue), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Christ of Vũng Tàu, in Vũng Tàu, Vietnam
- Christ the Redeemer of the Andes, on the Argentine-Chilean border
- Cristo della Minerva by Michelangelo, in Rome
- Redeemer (Christianity), the theological concept of Jesus as redeemer
- Christ the Redeemer (icon), a 15th-century Russian icon
- Christ the Redeemer Parish, in Azerbaijan
- Paso Internacional Los Libertadores, a mountain pass in the Andes also known as Cristo Redentor
- Christ the Redeemer Church, a Maltese church
- "Cristo Redentor", composed by Duke Pearson and made famous by Charlie Musselwhite, appearing on the latter's debut album, Stand Back! Here Comes Charley Musselwhite's Southside Band; also famously covered by David Sanborn on his 2003 album Time Again
- Christo Redentor (album), the 1968 first album release by Harvey Mandel, guitarist and former bandmate of Musselwhite
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