Statue Of Liberty

Product Code : C20-P526

Bartholdi was born in France in 1834 to an Italian family. He loved the art of sculpture since he was young, and the image of the Statue of Liberty has been on his mind for a long time. The day after Louis Napoleon Bonaparte's coup to overthrow the second republic in 1851, a group of determined republicans built fortifications in the streets. At dusk, a young girl held a lit torch and jumped over obstacles. The slogan "Forward" rushed towards the enemy, the gunfire of the Bonapartists rang, and the girl fell into a pool of blood. Hearing this fact, Bartholdi could not calm down for a long time. Since then, the brave girl holding the torch has become a symbol of freedom in her heart.

Sculpture made of casting.

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