The Statue of Liberty at the Port of New York was given to the American people in recognition of the fellowship built by the French during the American unrest. Dedicated in 1886, the sculpture belonged to the emigrant when its light was seen from the earliest memories when landing in the United States. The Stage of Liberty National Landmark is reminiscent of the Statue of Liberty Island in New York Harbor as it focuses on the migration near Ellis Island, which spans 24 hectares (58 part land).
The date was set in 1924 when Liberty Island became known as Bedlow Island. The island was named after a Congress demonstration in 1956. It is a short plane ride from Battery Park to the historic destination on the southern tip of Manhattan Island. The sculpture was built in 1986 at a cost of $ 30 million after 3 years of hard work. Visitors’ attention to the sculpture presents the historical background of the development of sculpture as a gambling part of the nineteenth-century movement. Cleared from there.
An exhibition hall opened in 1990 on three stories of immigrants migrating from Ellis Island. This includes articles from agents selling goods with foreigners. , Where outsiders were diagnosed and called for treatment. The landmark was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984.