What Does the Statue of Liberty's Torch Stand for?

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The Statue of Liberty's Torch stands for enlightenment. The lighted torch shows the way to freedom and liberty. The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island in New York.
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The Statue is seen as a symbolic gesture, representing liberty and friendship to foreign nations holding like beliefs. The true meaning of the torch is now hidden in the folds of
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The Torch the Statue of Liberty holds represents Freedom and Follow what you want to do and chase your dreams.
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The name of the Statue of Liberty is Liberty Enlightening the World.
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It has no moniker but it represents "Enlightenment. Bolts are missing from the arm that holds the torch. It was due to an explosion nearby and a reason why you can't go in there
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The torch is a symbol of enlightenment. The Statue of Liberty's torch lights the way to freedom showing us the path to Liberty.
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