Statue of Liberty facts – Interesting facts about Statue of Liberty

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Statue of Liberty facts – Interesting facts about the Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty is the iconic symbol for honoring Friendship between two nations. It was gifted by the People of France to the People of America for victory against oppression, tyranny and slavery. It expresses freedom to the entire world. The monument is a combined achievement of France and America. Americans reconciled the pedestal for the statue and the French constructed the statue. The theme for presenting the statue is to honor the American Declaration of Independence. For over the years it’s been a freedom symbol for the immigrants arriving through the New York Bay. It has been the National Monument for the United States and is been the most destined place in the world. The Statue of Liberty is to honor the Union victory in Civil war. It evokes a desire of freedom in the hearts of the people. Today it’s been recognizable all over the world for its standing Goddess of Freedom. Let’e explore fun facts about Statue of Liberty.

The Statue of Liberty facts

The actual color of Statue of Liberty is Reddish brown

Statue of Liberty was actually proposed for Egypt

An estimated of 3.2 million people visit the Statue of Liberty yearly.

There are 7 spikes on the Crown of Statue of Liberty which serves as the 7 oceans and 7 continents of the world, and unifies the universal concept of Liberty.

The Statue of Liberty was actually inspirited from the Roman Pagan Goddess Libertas known as Goddess of Freedom.

In 1878, the head of the Statue of Liberty was kept for public view at the World’s Fair in Paris.

The total waist length of the Statue of Liberty is 35 foot (10.6m).

The Shoe size of the Statue of Liberty is 879.

In 1984, the Statue of Liberty torch was replaced with a copper torch which is covered with 24k gold leaf.