Statue of Liberty is one of new seven world wonder and this monumental sculpture that symbolizes freedom for all the world. Name this statue is “Liberty Enlightening the World” Liberty or illuminate the world. Sculptures of this Statue is showing as a woman who is being cut loose from the fetters with the right hand holding a torch that lights the fire, this symbolizes freedom. Left hand while holding a book any posts with “July 4, 1776” (with Roman numbers), American independence day. He put on a robe and dangle from the shadow of 7 large nails in her crown on the 7 continents and oceans.
Statue of Liberty has a high of approximately 46 m (151 ft). If calculated on the basis of, this statue has a high to 93 m (305 ft). This statue layer plate made of copper hammering debnan thickness 2.4 mm (0.01 in) in the pairs in the framework of iron. The iron in order by a French engineer, Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, who is also creator of the Eiffel tower in Paris.
Alas this statue in the design of concrete and granite used by American architect, Richard Morris Hunt. A star-shaped wall corral bed at 47-m (154-ft) this. This wall is part of Fort Wood, built the wall in the early 19th century to defend the city of New York during the 1812 war (1812-1815).
Originally, the statue of Liberty as a monument to remind the alliances that have occurred between France and the United States occur during the American Revolution (1775-1783). Sculptures in this design by French engraver, Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi and completed in July 1884. French people donated the money to build this statue. United States Government itself to build a foundation for this statue of the funds by a newspaper named Joseph Pulitzer.
The statue is in the first Showcase in Paris, and in unloading and send in to New York, and in pairs, such as back at this time. Sculptures in this inaugurated by United States president, Grover Cleveland on October 28 1886.
This statue eventually became very popular and became international symbols of freedom to describe. The strategic location in New York Bay as if to welcome the arrival of immigrants and visitors who enter New York Bay.
In the year 1903, a poem entitled “The New Colossus” of American poet, Emma Lazarus add on the copper plates and the base pairs on the statue.
The visitor can ascend to the top of liberty with the Elevator or stairs over 192 children. A museum that is in the basic space sculpture presents detail about the history of this statue. Peak is equivalent to the Statue of Liberty 22-storey high building, from here visitors can see the city of New York harbor and the city freely.
On 28 October 1886, United States President Grover Cleveland inaugurate a statue of Liberty, which was then called Liberty Enlightening the World, at a ceremony in New York harbor.