What Is the Statue of Liberty Made out of?

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The Statue Of Liberty is made out of with Armenian copper whose thickness is equivalent to two pennies put together. The statue is a gift from the people of France to the United States of America.
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It's made out of pure copper hung on a framework of steel which was originally puddled iron. However, the flame of the torch, is coated in gold leaf which was originally made of copper
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The statue of liberty is actually copper. When it was first made it was a shining copper color. Through years of being near the ocean it has tarnished to the green we see today. For
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The statue was a gift from France to the United States in 1886 to celebrate the centennial of the U.S. and to commemorate the friendship between the two countries. France's intervention
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It's made of copper 3/32in.thick, the same as two pennies put together,
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