October 28 1986
The statue was given to America from the french to celebrate the first 100 years of being a country.
The Statue of Liberty was given to the USA to celebrate 100 years of Independence. The Statue was dedicated to the USA on the 28th October, 1886.
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yes it is statue of liberty is 145 ft the one in brazil is 100
The statue of liberty use to brown because it was made of copper, but 100 years of water hitting the statue made it green
The Statue of Liberty was a gift to the United States from France. It was dedicated in 1886 and turned 100 years old in 1986.
The French gave the statue of liberty to the US for the 100 year of independence. It is made of copper but is now green. And your an idiot.
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Aside from this question being 100% racist, it is also 100% incorrect. There was and is only one Statue Of Liberty. It was a gift from France and stands on Liberty Island in NY Hrabor.
Statue of Liberty
At least another 75 -100 years.
October 28, 1986
7 rays are in the statue of liberty. I am absolutely 100% sure. 7 is the correct answer.
I say a lot of people see the statue of liberty but, approximately I'd say about 100-500 a month.
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The Statue of Liberty has been in New York since it was assembled there in 1886. It has been restored many times in the past 100 plus years.
The statue of liberty was dedicated to the United States from France over 100 years ago. It may be older than the date it was dedicated because it took a while to construct.
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If Uncle Sam ever existed he was in 1776 and the statue was given to the US in 1886 so that was a 100 years later. He never knew about it.
There are 354 stairs in the Statue of Liberty, with 25 windows. Some more quick facts: There are 25 windows in Lady Liberty's crown. The seven spikes on the Statue of Liberty's crown represent either the seven oceans or the seven continents. The statue is made of copper and is now green in color because of oxidation (a chemical reaction between metal and water) from evaporation of the seawater surrounding it. The Statue of Liberty weighs 450,000 pounds (204, 100 kilograms). The Statue of Liberty has size 879 sandals that are each 25 feet (7.6m) long.