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 Why is it named the statue of liberty?

Answer According to the National Park Service, the Statue of Liberty's name originated from sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi's full title of the work, "Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World." The Gr... Read More »
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When did we get the Statue of Liberty?

The Statue of Liberty was dedicated in New York Harbor on October 28, 1886. She arrived in the United States, a gift from France, in June of 1885 in 350 separate pieces. At the time, the Statue had... Read More »
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When was the Statue of Liberty given to us?

The Statue of Liberty, which was constructed in France, arrived in deconstructed form in New York City in June 1885. The statue was resembled over a four-month period on its American-built podium i... Read More »
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Where is the third statue of liberty?

Aside from New York, there are two other Statues of Liberty, both in France. The original life-sized statue was placed in the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. The other statue, approximately 35 feet ta... Read More »
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Why did the U.S. get the Statue of Liberty?

The Statue of Liberty sits on Ellis Island off the coast of New York City, raising her torch for all to see. It is more than a work of art; it is also a symbol of liberty and international friendsh... Read More »
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