93. A Noble Gift.

One of the most famous monuments in the world, the Statue of liberty, was presented to the United States of America in the nineteenth century by the people of France. The great statue, which was designed by the sculptor Auguste Bartholdi, took ten years to complete. The actual figure was made of copper supported by a metal framework which had been especially constructed by Eiffel. Before it could be transported to the United States, a site had to be found for it and a pedestal had to be built. The site chosen was an island at the entrance of New York Harbour. By 1884, a statue which was 151 feet tall, had been erected in Paris. The following year, it was taken to pieces and send to America. By the end of October 1886, the statue had been out. together again and it was officially presented to the American people by Bartholdi. Ever since then, the great monument has been a symbol of liberty for the millions of people who have passed through New York Harbor to make their homes in America.
Sebuah Hadiah Noble. Salah satu monumen paling terkenal di dunia, Patung kebebasan, telah disampaikan kepada Amerika Serikat pada abad kesembilan belas oleh orang-orang Perancis. Patung besar, yang dirancang oleh pematung Auguste Bartholdi, mengambil sepuluh tahun untuk menyelesaikan. Sosok yang sebenarnya terbuat dari tembaga didukung oleh kerangka logam yang telah terutama dibangun oleh Eiffel. Sebelum itu dapat diangkut ke Amerika Serikat, situs harus ditemukan untuk itu dan alas harus dibangun. Lokasi yang dipilih adalah sebuah pulau di pintu masuk New York Harbour. Dengan 1884, patung yang 151 kaki, telah didirikan di Paris. Tahun berikutnya, ia dibawa ke potongan dan mengirim ke Amerika. Pada akhir Oktober 1886, patung itu telah keluar. bersama-sama lagi dan secara resmi disampaikan kepada rakyat Amerika oleh Bartholdi. Sejak saat itu, monumen besar telah menjadi simbol kebebasan bagi jutaan orang yang telah melewati New York pelabuhan untuk membuat rumah mereka di Amerika.
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