The Statue Of Liberty
is dressed in ancient Greek-style clothing and wears a radiant crown on her head. There are seven pointed lights that symbolize the seven continents and four oceans of the world. For more than a century, the bronze statue of the Stat
The Statue of Liberty is a gift given by France to the 100th anniversary of American independence in 1876. It is located on Liberty Island near New York City, New York, and is an important tourist attraction in the United States. The Statue of Liberty weighs 450,000 pounds, is 46 meters high, and the base is 45 meters high. Its full name is the "Statue of Liberty National Monument" and its official name is "The Statue of Liberty Shining on the World". The entire bronze statue uses 120 steel as the skeleton, 80 copper sheets as the outer skin, and 300,000 rivets assembled and fixed on the bracket, with a total weight of 225 tons.
The steel support inside the bronze statue was designed and manufactured by the architect Jovi Rebduke and the French engineer Eiffel, who is famous for building the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of the United States, the world-famous Statue of Liberty, towering high on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, symbolizes the American people's lofty ideal of fighting for freedom, and also symbolizes the American people's yearning and pursuit of a better life.
The Statue of Liberty is dressed in ancient Greek-style clothing and wears a radiant crown on her head. There are seven pointed lights that symbolize the seven continents and four oceans of the world. For more than a century, the bronze statue of the Statue of Liberty standing on Liberty Island has become a symbol of the friendship between the American nation and the American and French people, and will always express the American people's lofty ideals of fighting for democracy and yearning for freedom.
There is always a long line of people on the ferry to Liberty Island, and the bottleneck area when entering the statue area is always crowded. You can take the elevator to the observation deck on the top of the pedestal. This is an ideal place for observation. You can also climb 12 floors (a total of 168 steps) to reach the top of the statue. However, the torch at an altitude of 305 feet (approximately 92.964 meters) is not open to spectators. The familiar Statue of Liberty (Statue of Liberty), the official name is "The God of Liberty Illuminates the World", it is a national monument of the United States. Today, it is more deeply rooted in people's hearts, becoming a symbol of democracy and freedom in the world. She is magnificent and eye-catching. The statue rises from the ground, reaching a height of 152 feet (approximately 46.32 meters), a pedestal of 89 feet (approximately 27.127 meters), and a waist circumference of 420 inches (approximately 10.668 meters). Her unsmiling mouth is 3 feet (about 0.914 meters) wide. Many broken fetters remained under her feet. In her left hand she held a nameplate marked July 4, 1776, announcing the arrival of freedom. It was designed by Gustave Eiffel, a French civil engineer who is famous for designing the Eiffel Tower, and was funded by France. It took ten years to build, symbolizing the friendship between the two countries. It was built on Liberty Island. On October 28, 1886, the President of Cleveland presided over the opening. Since then, all ships entering New York Harbor have passed there. It is estimated that millions of immigrants entered the United States from under the 42-foot (about 12.8 meters) right arm of the idol. The statue of Liberty is hollow inside, and you can take the elevator directly to the head of the statue.
Transportation From the city center, you can take Metro Line 1 or 9 to South Ferry Station, or at Bowling Green Station 4 and 5, or take M1 and M2 and get off at Battery Park City. Then take the ferry to Liberty Island. Cruise time: 09:15-16:30 every hour (every 30 minutes in July and September), time required: 15 minutes one way (ferry port: New York Harbor) Tips: It is recommended to take the early ferry, Usually every half an hour to 45 minutes, try to avoid peak hours, such as weekends and holidays. The cruise can stop on Ellis Island for free, but if you take the last boat, you can only go to Liberty Island. Tickets|Opening Hours Fees: Adults $10 (including round-trip ferry fees), Children and the elderly $5 Opening hours: 9:00-16:00 daily, Christmas break Tel: 1-212-363-3200
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