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Statue of Liberty. A symbol stands for an idea. The Statue of Liberty stands in New York as a symbol of freedom. It was originally given as a gift from France to the USA to represent the friendship between the two countries.

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Statue of liberty

Statue of Liberty

A symbol stands for an idea.

The Statue of Liberty stands in New York as a symbol of freedom.

It was originally given as a gift from France to the USA to represent the friendship between the two countries.

Over the years it has become much more. It has greeted millions of immigrants and it represents hope and opportunity for those seeking a better life in America. It stirs the desire for freedom in people all over the world. It represents the United States itself.

The Statue of Liberty hold two items, a torch and a tablet. The torch “lights the way to freedom”. The tablet represents the laws of the country. It has the date July 4, 1776 written on it.

The seven spikes on the Statue’s crown represent the seven seas and the seven continents of the world.


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