The statue of liberty is made completely from copper, painted in gold. Because it was completed in the late 1880s, we can assume it\u2019s not a copper-based alloy.This is a short movie about what is the statue of liberty made of. Let’s watch it together. If you have any questions, please reply to this news video.
To see the famous dog yourself, exit from Shibuya Station’s Hachiko exit. It’s right in front of the Shibuya Crossing.
The True Story of Hachiko
Hachiko is a purebred Akita dog that Hidesaburo Ueno, an agricultural professor at Tokyo University, found and adopted.
Why is the Hachiko Memorial Statue important?
Hachiko embeds the symbol of loyalty and family love. These two are crucial traits in Japanese culture.
Around Hachiko Statue
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