Go to freedom, the Statue of Liberty travel notes

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The Statue of Liberty, located off the sea of Manhattan Island, is New York’s most famous landmark, almost a symbol of New York. He was a French gift to the American independent success. The French Bourbons’ aim to weaken Britain is also regrettable to financially support the American Revolution in exchange for the French Revolution.
Statue of LibertThe Statue of Liberty is a huge neoclassical sculpture that stands on Liberty Island, New York, United States.

The bronze statue, designed by the French sculptor Frederick Auguste Bartoldi, was a gift from the French people to the American people, and its metal frame was built by Gustav Eiffel. The statue was completed on 28 October 1886. The base of the goddess of Liberty was built at $100,000 from the famous Joseph Pulitzer, and it is a museum of American immigration history. Inside the statue is an introduction to architectural engineering, and many parts exhibits. Visitors can also take the elevator to the crown to see the scenery outside.

I didn’t go to the island to see it, mainly is really scared of the long queues. I took the free round-trip ferry from Stainton Island (TheStatenIslandFerry)! Take the subway to WhitehallStation and follow the sign to see Whitehallferryterminal. The ferry runs about every half hour and runs long. After all, this is the New York government benefit for people who work or live on Staten Island! After 25 minutes, the ship arrived at Staten Island. If you don’t going to in The Statue of Liberty, the Statue of Liberty, 3 kilometers southeast of Manhattan Island, New York, is a symbol of American peoples fighting for liberal democracy and an important historical and geographical landmark in the United States.

I have seen the Statue of Liberty at the New York Hotel in New York, Las Vegas, and the Statue of Liberty in Tokyo, Japan. Compared with the mini version, under the blue sky and white clouds, the Hudson Estuary is more elegant, more resolute and more charming!