Information about the Statue of Liberty

 Statue in New York

 United States in New York City.  The copper sculpture, a gift from France and the United States, was designed by the French sculptor Frederick August Bartholdi, and its metal structure was made by Gustave Eiffel.  The statue was dedicated on October 28, 1886.

 Height of this statue (from torch): 151 feet 1 inch (46 m)

 From ground level to torch: 305 feet 1 inch (93 meters)

  And the total weight of this statue is 225 tons

 In 1885, Bartholdi completed the statue, which weighed more than 200 crates, and arrived in June on top of the French frigate Yesar and transmitted to New York.  For the next four months, the workers rearranged the statue and placed it on top of the head;  Its height reached 305 feet (or 93 meters)

 In 1892, a federal immigration station was opened on Ellis Island, near Bedlow Island in Upper New York Bay in the United States.  Between 1892 and 1954, Almost 12 million immigrants were processed on Ellis Island before being allowed to enter the United States.  Since 1900, about 5,000 to 10,000 people migrated every day in the top years of management.

 However, in 1984, the statue was closed to the public.  Extensive recovery was made in time for the centenary celebrations.  Even as reconstruction began, the United Nations ranked the Statue of Liberty as a World Tradition.  On July 5, 1986, the Statue of Liberty reopened to the public to mark the centenary.  Liberty Island was closed for 100 days after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks;  Statue of Liberty until 2004.  Visitors' access was not reopened for them, however.  In July 2009, the statue's crown was reopened to the public,

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