what does the statue of liberty represent

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The statue on Liberty Island represents the struggle for freedom that began with Colonies in 1776, continuing through the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the growth to a Nation. The woman invites us to join her in celebrating the freedom she embodies and what it means for all of mankind.This is a short movie about what does the statue of liberty represent. Let’s watch it together. If you have any questions, please reply to this news video.

The legend

Hachiko is a dog of the Akita breed that belonged to a Tokyo university professor in the 1920’s.

The meeting point

Today Hachiko serves as a meeting point in the swarming Shibuya district.

Other Hachiko statues

In Akita (north of Honshu) where Hachiko’s breed comes from, a statue of the illustrious dog was erected at Odate Station in 2004.

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