“Statue of Liberty” US, France symbol of friendship

This statue, France, expressed his friendship on the occasion of a 100-year-old American Independence Day in 1886.

This statue, France, expressed his friendship on the occasion of a 100-year-old American Independence Day in 1886.

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“Statue of Liberty” is a great statue of America, France’s friendship, which is installed on the port of New York City. It is known as the sign of the US around the world. This statue made of copper by France on the occasion of a 100-year-old American Independence Day in 1886 the American publication was presented to France as an expression of US friendship. This statue is set to Liberty Island on the brink of Hudson River to welcome the arrival of the United States. This statue was designed by the French statue Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, while Gustave Eiffel built. This is a statue of a woman who has worn a loose dress; her head is decorated with a 7 nose crown, which shows seven seas and seven continents. He has a plate in the left hand, which is attached to the body. Above the throne is written on July 4, 1776, which is the history of the United States Empire’s declaration of freedom from Britain. In the second hand, the torch is caught in the air, and the torch is made of gold. The statue is made of copper, but its iron is made of iron. The statue is 151 feet and 1 inch.

According to the National Park Service, the concept of statue freedom was presented by the President and the President of the French Anti-Slavery Society, the prominent and important political scholar of his time, presented by the National Park Service. The project’s trenches are found in the mid-1865 conversation between Laboulaye and sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi. After expressing his house near Varsales, he said that if this statue is given as a gift of American freedom, it will be a natural act. The freedom of America is the result of the common efforts of all of us. That year, the work was started on the festivals of France in the civil war and the pleasure of slavery from the United States. Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi turned to America by completing important statues in Egypt and France. And when it reached the island of Louise Iland, on the port of New York, they were glad to see and seethis location is the destination of all continents, where this statue will provide independence to the United States uniquely. Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi made the first model of the statue in 1870, in which he explained the impressions of French romance.

Design, Style and Symbols:

Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and Édouard René de Laboulaye started considering the concept of American freedom in a perfect way. In the early American history, two women’s icons are represented as a cultural symbol of the nation. One of these symbols was Colombia, in the combination of art, like Maria emerged as a cultural symbol in Britannia and France in Britain. Colombia was the Indian idol developed portrait, which was considered unusual. Other American icons in American culture were Liberty Goddess Liberty, in ancient times, especially by slaves. The American Mint was also the most proud of the liberation of the American princess. Not only this, the goddess of freedom in Popular and Soak Art was greatly encouraged. 18th and 19th Century painters used freedom as a public idol used as symbols in their pictures. In which the revolutionary and warrior style of independence has been featured, but a woman was chosen for the statue of freedom. Those take a torch in the hands, emerging as a sign of light and development, and called peace in the world. Thus, a woman’s statue was scattered from all the classic traditions of freedom, the head whose crown on the head, the eyes of the blind, the chest with a chest in a hand, and the other hand in the high hand flames. This art was a unique attempt to sculpture. It is said that the woman’s face Bartholdi made on her mother’s impressions, but Bartholdi’s museum’s supervisor Regis Huber says that there is no truth in these things.

The height: The sculpture of freedom is 305 feet 6 inches.

Torch: In 1986, after its designation, the new torch was spread 24 layers of gold.

Crown and face: There are 7 rays of crown that represent 7 continents. Each dimension is 9 feet while weight is 150 pounds. In addition, the height of the face is more than 8 feet.

Tablets and dates: The height of the thirst plate in the left hand is 23 feet 7 inches and width 13 feet 7 inches.

Broken Chains: Broken chains with statue puzzles represent freedom from cruelty and violence.

Stairs and Colors: Stairs are steps of the stairs until the sculpture of the statue to the head of the statue, to highlight the nature of the statue; its color is lightened green, which creates an energetic atmosphere with blue sky.


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