Liberty Enlightening the World, better known as the Statue of Liberty or the statue of Liberty is a statue of a giant-sized island Liberty, at the mouth of the Hudson River in New York Harbor, United States. This statue is awarded France to United States at the end of the 19th century and is a symbol of welcome for visitors, immigrants, and returning Americans.

The bronze statue was unveiled on 28 October 1886 this was a gift of a hundred years of independence of the United States and is the expression of the friendship between the two countries. The statue of Liberty is one of the most famous U.S. symbol around the world, and symbolizes liberty and freedom from pressure.

There is no entrance into the statue of Liberty, but you must pay the ticket cost a ferry that takes you to the location of the statue. The ship stopped at Liberty State Park in New Jersey, Battery Park in Lower Manhattan and Ellis Island, this allows the Viewer to take a package tour ferri. This will save you time when luggage checks before entering the ship.

Visitors who want to go up to the Tower of the statue of Liberty should have a special ticket. These tickets must be booked from afar – much of the day, in order not to run out of. In a day, this tourist attraction visited by more than 240 people. The time of entry into the statue of Liberty museum, you will be placed in a group that consisted of 10 people. Tourists are only allowed to bring cameras and drugs – drugs into the museum and Tower, there are lockers to store stuff that is not forbidden is brought in.

There are an awful lot of slab Charter outside and inside the statue of Liberty museum. One of them is that there is a right under the statue, in a written declaration on this plate stating that the statue of Liberty was a gift from the people of the Republic of France and as a symbol of friendship.

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