Fact Check: The Statue of Liberty Was Originally an Egyptian Woman

Date: 2021-11-22 13:00:05


The Statue of Liberty is one of the most well-known symbols of the USA. Many people from around the world visit it, look at it from a ferry or buy postcards with it. Yet, the statue has so many facts about it very few people know. One of them: who does the Liberty’s face belong to? Its classic features: a straight nose, beautiful eyes and lips look like those of an ancient goddess. Let’s find out, who Lady Liberty really is.


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Buste d’Isabelle-Eugénie Boyer dans sa chapelle au cimetière de Passy: By Thomon,
Strassburger Denkmal Basel, 1891–1895: By EinDao,
Fragment of the old fountain Bruat by Auguste Bartholdi, 1863: By Edelseider, , ,
The Great Bartholdi Statue, Liberty Enlightening the World, published by Currier & Ives: By Rawpixel,
Interior view of the Statue of Liberty: By Daniel Schwen,
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Statue_of_Liberty_copper_construction. Model complete with figurines made by Bartholdi circa 1880: By PHGCOM,
Inside the Statue of Liberty crown, 1980, by Rick Dikeman: By Rdikeman,
Statue of Liberty crown 032: By Shawn Collins, CC BY 2.0 ,
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