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The Statue of Liberty is an Imperial Age Wonder.

The Statue of Liberty was made as joint effort between the United States and France. France built and shipped the statue's body, and America built the pedestal she stands on. Today, the statue stands on Liberty Island in New York City, New York.




  • The Statue of Liberty is made out of copper, and originally brown. However, the copper reacted with the oxygen in the air over time, causing its color to turn green. This change in coloration was attempted to be 'fixed' many times, but was eventually left to run its course.

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