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Statue of Liberty and New York City skyline - Free Coloring Page


Statue of Liberty and New York City skyline

This coloring page splendidly represents the Statue of Liberty standing proudly before the New York City skyline. The statue is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy, gifted by France to the United States in 1886. It stands on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, and its sight has greeted millions of immigrants arriving from abroad, acting as a welcoming beacon and an emblem of hope.

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An unusual story about New York City is that of the secret train platform beneath the Waldorf Astoria hotel. Platform 61 was used by the rich and famous of the early 20th century, including President Franklin D. Roosevelt, to clandestinely enter the hotel, avoiding the public eye. This hidden gem of New York's past speaks to the city's layered history and its myriad of secrets just below the surface.
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Everyone knows this famous landmark of the United States, the Statue of Liberty! Millions of people are travelling to New York each year in order to see it, and it is really an impressive statue with a height of 151 feet. 

But did you know that the statue is actually French? It was designed by a French sculptor named Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, while the metal framework was made by none other than the engineer of the Eiffel Tower, Gustave Eiffel. 

The statue spent some time at the World’s Fair in Paris and it was then offered as a gift to the United States when they celebrated 100 years for the American Revolution. It was a symbol of freedom, but also of the friendship between the 2 countries. 

Embark on a vivid journey to one of the United States' most iconic monuments with YouColor's free coloring pages. The Statue of Liberty, not just an emblem of New York's skyline but a French-crafted beacon of freedom, stands tall at 151 feet. Created by French sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi and engineered by Gustave Eiffel, this statue symbolizes the enduring friendship between France and the United States, a gift during the centennial of the American Revolution.

The Statue's seven spikes crown isn't just a fashion statement—they represent the world's seven continents and oceans, embodying global unity and freedom. More than a stunning spectacle for tourists, it also served as a guiding lighthouse for sailors navigating the waters around New York.

Crafted from copper, the Statue of Liberty is as dynamic as it is historic, with its verdant patina arising from natural oxidation—a testament to its 600 annual encounters with lightning. This majestic figure has been immortalized in numerous films, from the action-packed 'Independence Day' (1996) to the dramatic 'The Day After Tomorrow' (2004).

Experience the wonder of this historic monument from the comfort of your home with YouColor's intricate, hand-drawn illustrations, offered for free by the talented Nancy Béliveau. Coloring is not only a gateway to relaxation and mindfulness but also a means to connect with the rich tapestry of our world's destinations. Whether you're a New York aficionado or a coloring enthusiast, our expansive 96-page New York Coloring Book is a treasure trove waiting to be discovered. Explore more magical cityscapes at YouColor's Magical Places collection.