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New York In The Eyes Of Paulina Kozik
 

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    • WIDE ANGLE ON THE WORLD
    • NEW YORK USA USA
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      • most popular city in the world
      • there are a lots of people
      • the main language is English
      • great city
      • people are always in a hurry, but they’re not unfriendly
      NEW YORK
      • the great mixture of natinalities and cultures
      • it’s got to be most cosmopolitan city in the world
      • food delivered because it’s quicker and easier
      • people are so busy but mostly people pretty friendly
      • New Yourk taxi driver ( driver city)
      • amazing place
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    • THE STATUE OF LIBERTY
    • The Statue of Liberty is one famous landmarks in the world. The enormous statue is 93 metres high and stands in New Yourk harbour. For the milions of immigrants to the USA who saw it as they sailed into New Yourk for the first time, it became a symbol of liberty.
      • The Statue of Liberty was built for the hundredth anniversary of American independence from Britain.
      • It was given to the American people by the French as a token of friendship.
      • It was designed by French sculptor, Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, and took fifteen years to build. Money for it were raised through lotteries and dinner parties.
      THE STORY OF THE STATUE
      • The statue was made from 32.5 tonnes of copper.
      • It was constructed in sections in Paris. Then it was put into 210 boxes and was taken across the Atlantic by ship. In New Yourk harbour the sections was assembled on a huge pendestal.
      • Today visitors to the statue are carried by a glass lift to the top of the pendestal where they can see the inner structure of the statue above them. From that point there are 171 steps to a viewing gallery in the crown.
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