The statue of liberty is a national monument of the United States. It stands on the island of liberty at the mouth of the Hudson River, with a shining crown on its head, the torch of liberty held high and the declaration of independence in its hand.
The full name of the goddess is freedom, the God of the world, which is the symbol of the United States. It is a gift given by France to the United States for the 100th anniversary of its independence in 1876. It was listed on the world heritage list in 1984.
The inside of the statue of liberty is hollow, and it can take an elevator to the head of the statue. The base of the statue is the Museum of American immigration history, which records the history of millions of immigrants crossing the sea to the United States.