13 Facts About Statue Liberty

1. The Statue of Statue Liberty was not a gift from France to America.

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2. The Statue of Statue Liberty is a representation of freedom and features a female figure dressed in a robe representing a Roman goddess, Libertas.

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3. The Statue of Statue Liberty is to honor the Union victory in Civil war.

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4. The Statue of Statue Liberty is the iconic symbol for honoring Friendship between two nations.

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5. On July 5, 1986, the Statue of Statue Liberty reopened to the public in a centennial celebration.

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6. The Statue of Statue Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886.

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7. The Statue of Statue Liberty became the symbol of immigration during the second half of the 19th century, as over 9m immigrants came to the United States, with the statue often being the first thing they saw when arriving by boat.

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8. In 1916, the Statue of Statue Liberty was damaged by an act of German sabotage.

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9. The Statue of Statue Liberty was actually copper-colored until 1902, when it started to develop a patina.

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10. The Statue of Statue Liberty is estimated to be exposed to 600 lightning strikes per year.

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11. As an American icon, the Statue of Statue Liberty has been depicted on the country's coinage and stamps.

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12. The Statue of Statue Liberty was one of the earliest beneficiaries of a cause marketing campaign.

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13. Statue of Statue Liberty is a figure of Libertas, a robed Roman liberty goddess.

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