Official Twitter source for the Statue of Liberty part of the National Parks of New York Harbor.
A harbinger of spring!
We fly our flag at half mast today to honor Ranger Anderson, killed on Jan. 1st in Mt. Rainier NP.
Even dressed like this, it's VERRY cold. Bundle up if you're coming!
Museum staff in the process of dismantling the Statue's priceless artifact collection.
The Statue is weathering this VERY early snowstorm the way she weathers everything-- beautifully.
Our smallest, newest American citizens, aw!!!
21 Gun salute!
Celebrations on Liberty Island continue!
125 new American citizens being sworn in at the Statue of Liberty this morning.
THIS is why the torch has been closed for almost a century. It's one ladder that leads up to the platform!
Early am liberty
Guess what this is!
She makes a good point, eleven of them! Fort Wood, at the base of the Statue of Liberty is an eleven point starred fort. It's original mission was to protect New York, since it's situated at the entrance to New York Harbor.
Inside Out? The view from the crown. Want to take your own head trip? Visit her at: http://www.nps.gov/stli/photosmultimedia/virtualtour.htm
A face only a mother could love? That's because sculptor Auguste Bartholdi fashioned Lady Liberty's after his own mother's likeness.
Long arm of the lady, the Statue of Liberty's right arm is 42 feet in length.
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free..." - excerpt from the New Colossus, Emma Lazarus 1849-1887
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