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Plan approved for a new 1million brick national prayer monument

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The plans are approved for this Midlands monument

A new historical monument will be seen soon in the form of a colossal national Christian landmark of hope. The plans are approved for this Midlands monument which will be constructed with 1million bricks.

The Wall of Answered Prayer project will be constructed between the M6 and M42 motorways near Coleshill, Warwickshire. The new construction will consist of a visitor centre at the base of a high structure based on the Möbius strip form.

The strip curves and twists will have an 80m span with 51m height while the arch will be seemingly free from any support beneath. This construction will be significantly larger in scale to the Antony Gormley’s Angel of the North, which is 20m tall.

The surface of the monument at Warwickshire will be faced with one million glazed Ibstock white brick specials, and all these will be angled to create a random texture. The construction is expected to begin in Spring 2021 while Autumn 2022 might be ready for visitors.

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