Information about the Statue of Liberty

 The Statue of Liberty is located in New York Bay, and it is one of the prominent tourist symbols in America, as it attracts millions of visitors to the state every year and is called the luminous Statue of Liberty in the world. It is one of the tourist sites classified by UNESCO as one of the important heritage sites for many tourists who love heritage, culture and watching the art of wonderful engineering architecture.

Information about the Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty design

Gustave Eiffel, the designer of the Eiffel Tower, also designed the Statue of Liberty, in cooperation with Gustave and Bartholdi. France gave the Statue of Liberty as a gift in 1886 with the aim of strengthening friendship between the two countries on the occasion of the centenary of American independence in 1776 and engraving history on the torch.
The Statue of Liberty is designed in the form of a woman whose feet are shackled and trying to raise her foot to get rid of slavery and oppression, while holding a torch in her right hand symbolizing freedom, and in her left hand she holds a book engraved with Roman letters on it that says July 4, 1776, the date of the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America and on her head there is a crown It consists of 7 long teeth, symbolizing the seven seas or the seven continents of the world.

Getting to the Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is reached by ferries in New York Bay, and whoever wants to climb to the top of the statue has to climb 354 steps to reach the crown of the statue, as it allows visitors to enchanting panoramic views of the wonderful New York City from the top and record these shots by photographing this unparalleled moment and placing it in Cupboard of memories.
Tourists can get acquainted with the history of the Statue of Liberty closely through the museum located at the base of the statue, which represents a huge treasure of wonderful information about the Statue of Liberty, as it is one of the famous tourist attractions in New York, and a visit is not complete without it.

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