The Statue of Liberty is called the statue of liberty National Memorial Chorten. The official name is "Liberty Enlightening the World". It is located near the Hudson River Estuary of Liberty Island in New York harbor. It was built by France in 1876 to commemorate the victory of the American War of independence 100th anniversary, and the bronze statue was completed in October 28, 1886.
The goddess of liberty is dressed in ancient Greek style clothing, wearing a light crown of light, and seven awns symbolizing the seven continents. The right hand holds the torch of freedom, holding the declaration of independence on the left hand, the broken handcuffs, fetters and chains under the foot, which symbolize the freedom and freedom of breaking away from tyranny.
The Statue of Liberty is the symbol of the United States, the symbol of the friendship between the American and the American people, which expresses the lofty ideals of the American people for democracy and freedom.