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 Was recycled copper used for the statue of liberty?

Answer The 179,000 pounds of copper used in the Statue of Liberty was not recycled. It was mined on Karmoy Island (a part of Norway) from the Visnes copper mines. During the restoration in the early '80s,... Read More »
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Is the Statue of Liberty copper?

According to the National Park Service, the skin of the Statue of Liberty is made from copper that is about the thickness of two pennies. The patina is green from natural oxidation.Source:National ... Read More »
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How thick is the copper on the Statue of Liberty?

The copper that covers the outside of the Statue of Liberty is 3/32 of an inch thick. Over time, and with weathering, the copper has oxidized and developed a light green patina.Source:The Statue of... Read More »
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How many sheets of copper is the statue of liberty made of?

The Statue of Liberty is covered in a copper skin that is only 3/32 of an inch thick. The copper is not layered; it was hammered to that thinness. There are a total of 62,000 lbs. of copper in the ... Read More »
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What is the Statue of Liberty used for?

The Statue of Liberty is not only a symbol of freedom for immigrants who have come to the United States, but also a place of history and education. The Statue of Liberty is open for tours. It has a... Read More »
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