The Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor on June 19, 1885. It came in
350 pieces packed into 214 crates. The statue was assembled on a pedestal
Sep 2, 2011 ... Did it ever occur to you that the official greeter of New York, the Statue of Liberty,
wasn't always green? Constructed in Paris in the 1880's, the ...
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Jul 28, 2013 ... Time lapse of pennies turning green! ... The Statue of Liberty for Kids: Famous
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The Statue of Liberty gets its blue-green color from patina formed on its copper
surface ... patina contains a mixture of 3 compounds: Cu4SO4(OH)6 in green; ...
Exterior coating of Statue of Liberty is made up of copper metal which protects the
statue. Copper can easily react with other elements. The Statue of Liberty is ...
Sep 15, 2011 ... The Statue of Liberty hasn't always been green - as it was made with an exterior
of copper and originally had a much more shiny appearance ...
Nov 21, 2016 ... The Statue of Liberty is a famous landmark with an iconic blue-green color.
However, it wasn't always green. When the Statue was unveiled in ...
May 4, 2010 ... A. Hi, Randal. It's green because the copper has corroded, and the simple salts of
copper that have formed are blue-green. Please tell us what ...
What causes the green color - the metal? rust? ... The Statue of Liberty is made of
copper. As copper is exposed to oxygen for a long period of time, it undergoes a
Mar 14, 2015 ... I'd never thought about why is the Statue of Liberty green…All the pictures I've
looked at throughout a few decades show the same tint.