The translation, I feel, best expresses the name "Cristo de la Concordia" would be that of Christ of Unity, since Concordia is concord, which does not express the full meaning the name in Spanish has.
The story of this "Christ of Unity" starts with the request of many people in Cochabamba to have a large statue of Christ made and placed on the top of the "San Pedro" hill. It was sculpted by the cochabambine artist Cesar Terrazas Pardo, who described in his statue a gentle face with a fatherly atitude.
This is the largest statue of Christ in the world, with 40.44 meters, incluiding the base where a museum is found. The total weight of the satue is 2200 tons and the statue is found at 265 meters over the level of the city. Cochabamba is a beautiful sightsee from the place of the statue, offering the tourist a beatiful sight of Cochabamba, which is even better at night.
You can reach the top of the hill and visit the museum in the base of the statue, or climb in the insides up to the level of the arms. To get to the top of the hill there are stairs, a dust road for cars and a skyride(temporarily out of service).