Statue of Liberty

opened on Thursday October 28, 1886

age: 134 years 5 months and 21 days

Picture of Statue of Liberty, colossal sculpture of Libertas
The half birthday falls on April 29, 2021 which is 12 days from now.
AKA (also known as): Liberty Enlightening the World
Category: buildings
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Country: United States
Place: Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York
Notice/discription: colossal sculpture of Libertas
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Years
134

5 months
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21 days
Months
1613

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21 days
Weeks
7016
Days
49115
Hours
1178764
Minutes
70725884
Seconds
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Statue of Liberty - List of interesting events

12 days from now, April 29, 2021 will celebrate 135th half birthday
52 days from now, June 8, 2021 will celebrate exactly 1,180,000 hours
60 days from now, June 16, 2021 will celebrate 559th birthday on planet Mercury
95 days from now, July 21, 2021 will celebrate 219th birthday on planet Venus
148 days from now, September 12, 2021 will celebrate 560th birthday on planet Mercury
191 days from now, October 25, 2021 will celebrate exactly 71,000,000 minutes
194 days from now, October 28, 2021 will celebrate exactly 1,620 months
194 days from now, October 28, 2021 will celebrate 135th birthday
236 days from now, December 9, 2021 will celebrate 561th birthday on planet Mercury
320 days from now, March 3, 2022 will celebrate 220th birthday on planet Venus
324 days from now, March 7, 2022 will celebrate 562th birthday on planet Mercury
347 days from now, March 30, 2022 will celebrate 72th birthday on planet Mars

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The Statue of Liberty is a copper statue that was a gift from France to the US. The statue was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi with the framework built from metal being built by Gustave Eiffel. The statue is a figure if Libertas (a Roman liberty goddess) who holds a torch above her head, and a tablet in her left hand which is inscribed with the date of the U.S. Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776). The statue became a symbol for freedom and the United States, it is also seen as a welcoming symbol to people coming by sea. 

The statue is 46m (151 feet 1 inch) tall to the top of the torch and was dedicated to the U.S. ON October 28, 1886 and was seen by 3.2 million visitors in 2009. The Statue of Liberty was restored in 1983, 1984-1986, and then 2011-2012.