What made the Statue of Liberty green?

Answer The Statue of Liberty is green because it is made out of copper. When you expose copper to the elements, it reacts with the oxygen and water in a process called oxidation, which results in the copp... Read More »

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Is the restored Statue of Liberty still green?

The Statue of Liberty remains green to this day and will continue to be a shade of green due to a process called patination. Under her green exterior, the statue is iron with a sheet of copper cove... Read More »

Why was the Statue of Liberty made?

The Statue of Liberty remains an enduring symbol of American pride and a catalyst for its ideals. The French presented it as a gift to the United States more than 100 years ago.FriendshipThe statue... Read More »

Which day was the statue of liberty made?

The sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi built the Statue of Liberty in France in 1884. The Statue was taken apart and shipped to the U.S., where it took four moths to reassemble it. It was dedicate... Read More »

Who made the"Statue of Liberty"song?

The Statue of Liberty Song, "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor," was created from the last five lines of the sonnet poem "The New Colossus." It was written by Emma Lazarus in 1883 and the music is by ... Read More »