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Where is the Statue of Liberty located?

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Gabriella Polemeni

on 19 December 2014

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Transcript of Where is the Statue of Liberty located?

How was the Statue of Liberty made?
The Statue of Liberty was made out of copper, wrought iron, and steel.
Its color changed from brown to green because of the salt water next to it.
Since it was man-made, who made the Statue of Liberty?
The Statue of Liberty was made by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi.
All about the Statue of Liberty!
The Statue of Liberty looks like a tiny figure when viewed from the Brooklyn Bridge.
When seeing it up close, it is an impressive figure in the New York Harbor.
The Statue of Liberty is 225 tons, 305 feet, 6 inches, with a face measuring more than 8 feet tall.
To get to the top of the figure, there are 154 steps, and the Statue of Liberty has a 35-foot-waistline.
The Statue of Liberty's green color occurs from the weather's effect of copper.
In 1986, the copper torch was replaced by a torch overlaid with 24-carat gold.
Is the Statue of Liberty a famous tourist attraction?
The Statue of Liberty is one of the most famous tourist attractions.
The Statue of Liberty has captivated travelers from every corner of the world for over one hundred years.
That is...The Statue of Liberty!
Where is the Statue of Liberty located?
The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island in New York harbor.
Statue of Liberty Video!
The Statue of Liberty!
By: Gabriella Polemeni & Morgan Hovan
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