Oh, Lady Liberty! While the Statue of Liberty sits in the New York City harbor getting all the glory, tons of other statues in the United States are waiting for their chance. Here it is! There are tons of statues within the 50 states. While some of them are more known than others, can you identify all of these statues?
When it comes to the statues in the United States, many of them show an important person or depiction of history. You'd find the sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln, sitting at his memorial in Washington, D.C. He is recognized for leading the Union in the Civil War to abolish slavery. Another popular statue is that of Mount Rushmore. Carved into the side of a mountain, this statue features the faces of four American presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. Although these are some of the most popular statues in the United States, you can't forget about the rest!
Can you recognize Christ of the Ozarks? A statue found in Arkansas, it heavily resembles the imagery of the Rio de Janeiro statue, Christ the Redeemer. A half-man, half-god statue, could you identify the Atlas that sits at Rockefeller Center in New York City?
These statues are major shining lights in the United States. From Alaska to California to Maine, could you identify all these statues?
Will you come to life and come out on top of this quiz, or will you be frozen like these statues? Let's find out!
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