Also known as “The Lady of The North” is a piece of public art built into the landscape of Cramlington in Northumberland.
Blending subtly yet spectacularly with the rolling Cheviot Hill, Northumberlandia is the centrepiece of a 19-hectare public park.
From the 5th September Northumberlandia will be open at designated times for visitors.
Planned for seven years and built over two, she is the largest landscape replica of the female body ever seen in the world, her creators say. She stands 112ft (34m) high at her tallest point, her forehead, and is 1,300ft (400m) long. She is made up of 1.5m tonnes of rock, soil, stone and clay.
During a visit to the site last year, Charles Jencks, who began his designs for Northumberlandia in 2005, admitted the artwork was “much bigger than I ever thought”.