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Statue of Liberty, New York - Free Coloring Page


Statue of Liberty 

The coloring page focuses on a close-up view of the Statue of Liberty, New York's iconic symbol of freedom and democracy. The statue is special as a beacon of hope, welcoming immigrants who once arrived by boat, gazing upon Lady Liberty as their first sight of America. Her raised torch lights the path to liberty, and her tablet inscribed with the date of the American Declaration of Independence serves as a reminder of the country's foundational principles.

Did you know? 

An unusual story about the Statue of Liberty is the existence of a room inside her torch, which was once accessible to the public. However, this room has been closed for over a century due to structural issues. Additionally, the statue was originally a dull brown color, made of copper, and over time it has developed its distinctive green patina that we see today due to oxidation.
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The Emblem of Freedom: The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty stands not only as a symbol of freedom and democracy but also as a beacon of welcome to immigrants arriving from abroad. Gifted by France to the United States in 1886, this colossal monument is special for its international symbol of peace and its representation of the enduring friendship between the nations. Lady Liberty, as it's fondly called, holds a torch above her head with her right hand, and in her left hand carries a tabula ansata inscribed with the date of the American Declaration of Independence.

Did You Know?

Although the Statue of Liberty is widely recognized, many are unaware of its lesser-known aspects. For instance, the seven spikes on her crown represent the seven continents and seven seas, symbolizing universal liberty. Interestingly, parts of the statue were displayed in a Paris park for fundraising before being shipped to New York. This international effort underscores its universal message of liberty.