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Statue Of Li̇berty

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  • 1. STATUE OF LİBERTY
  • 2. The statue of liberty is a huge statue in the middle of New York harbor
  • 3. It was given to America by the French in 1886
  • 4. The French gave the statue to America in representing international friendship
  • 5. Over the years it is become a symbol of freedom and democracy
  • 6. It was dedicated in 1886 and became a National Monument in 1926
  • 7. The statue is a female figure dressed in a row.Holding a stone tablet on one hand and a flaming torch on the right.
  • 8. On her head she has the crown with seven spikes.There are twenty five windows in her crown
  • 9. Height from pedestal to torch 46 metres with its pedestal 93 metres
  • 10. There are 354 stairs to get to the crown.
  • 11. The copper exterior turned green due to rain and it took 25 years.
  • 12. The statue wears a crown with seven spikes. This represents the 7 seas and 7 continents of the world, re-enforcing the universal concept of liberty.
  • 13. The Statue holds a tablet in her left hand. It is a book of law based on the founding principles of this nation, a nation based on law.
  • 14. "Liberty Enlightening the World".
  • 15. Windows of the crown represent the heaven's rays of light that shine over the 7 seas and continents.
  • 16. Broken chains of the statue of liberty demonstrates that the Statue is free from slavery and bondage.
  • 17. The Statue of Liberty actually wears sandals. She is also not standing still. Even though the Statue stands on a pedestal, she is actually walking ahead moving forward. She is lighting the path to freedom through peace, not violence. Her footwear also suggests her stature as a free person
  • 18. The tablet of the statue holding is included with the Roman numeral july 4 1776.This is the day of US declaration of independence
  • 19. Over 3 million people visits the Statue of Liberty every year
  • 20. Prepared by: