It originally marked one hundred years of US freedom and independent rule, when presented as a gift from France during the 1876 Centennial Exposition.
During the early part of the 20th century, its prominent position in New York Harbor, near the Ellis Island Immigration center, led to its association by tens of thousands of new arrivals with hope of a better life, and a promising start in a new and unfamiliar land.
It stands for friendship between America and France (that’s what France sent it for) and it also means freedom.
The statue of liberty stand for liberty and Justice. it was a gift to America from France
The Statue of Liberty stands for international friendship and oppurtunity.
you stand in the crown
The Statue of Liberty is on Liberty Island which was once Bedloe's Island.
The statue of liberty is 151feet tall not including the stand of course
No it stands on Liberty Island.
NY harbor on Liberty Island
No. The Statue of Liberty stands on "Liberty Island," which is just next to Ellis Island. But Ellis Island is a part of "the Statue of Liberty National Monument"
The Statue of Liberty stands at a height of 151 ft tall
The Statue of Liberty stands on Liberty Island in New York Harbour in the USA.See related link for a map.
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The Statue of liberty is An island off of New York City
The Statue of Liberty's right arm and torch stood in Manhattan's Madison Square for about ten years prior to the dedication of the Statue on Liberty Island. (see: http://www.answers.com/topic/statue-of-liberty)
it stands for the french's friendship
about 305 feet tall
The stola represents modesty .
For the 13 Colonies.
They stand for the seven continents and seven seas
The Statue of Liberty stands for freedom and enlightenment. It was a gift from France to show they wanted to be friends with the United States.