Statue Of Liberty
October 24, 2011 by staff
Statue Of Liberty, The Statue of Liberty’s torch has been closed since 1916, but starting this Friday, people around the world will enjoy breathtaking views of the golden perch 305 meters above the port of New York.
In honor of the 125th anniversary of the memorial on Friday, five web cameras go live on torch Statue of Liberty and start living a panoramic view of the city of New York, and a rare look at the tablet cradled in his the left.
The launch of the chambers of the torch is part of a day full of events, including a naturalization ceremony in the morning and the Macy’s fireworks spectacular at night.
For more details and to view live video, go to www.ellisisland.org.
If you go:
All events are at Ellis Island
8:45 a.m.-9: 30 am: Naturalization Ceremony
One hundred twenty-five people from over 40 countries were naturalized.
10 am to noon: National Park Service ceremony
The main ceremony, which will feature a reading of the famous poem by Emma Lazarus “The New Colossus” by Sigourney Weaver and the delivery of a gift of friendship with a French representative.
1:30 pm: Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
The group will give a donation to the Statue of Liberty National Monument in the year 75.
19:45: Fireworks Grand Finale Macy
Two barges behind Lady Liberty will launch a 12-minute fireworks display synchronized with patriotic music and song.
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