What kind of materials were used to build this monuments the statue of liberty and the parthnon?
it was made with iron frame and the shell was made of copper. the crown of the statue was made of pure iron and had 25 glass windown for people to view new york from. The stat…ue is built with an iron frame and copper sheeting for the skin.
rubber steel plastic and concreat NEW EDIT The statue of liberty is made of a steel frame covered with copper. This copper is the outside. The copper was once brown, but ha…s oxidized over time, turning it green.
The Statue of Liberty is made of copper sheets over a steel framework.
The statue is built with an iron frame and copper sheeting for the skin.
The Statue of Liberty is constructed from steel and copper. Therewere a total of 31 tons of copper and 125 tons of steel used in itsconstruction.
The Statue of Liberty became a monument October 15, 1924.
Cheap, Somewhat Durable, Easy to Shape and it didn't rust away to nothing.
The Statue of Liberty was given to the US in 1886 as a gift from France.
It was copper. If it gets weathered by the wind to much and stuff, then it turns green!
depending on which monument and which era and what country, mostly limestone is used for major monuments, slaked lime is also used for the cement to lay blocks of stone on. gr…anite has been used for interior and exterior monuments, monuments in Egypt such as the eye of Cleopatra was made of a hard sand stone covered in solid gold also pyramids also used sand stone but covered with a harder limestone.
The Statue of Liberty was given to the United States by France in 1886. It was not declared a national monument until 1924. The Statue of Liberty went through a major restorat…ion in 1986 and is now visited by over 5 million people a year.
I would class it as a monument, yes. It was sent over by the French to America for peace, or something like that - and its original colour was brown anyway!
The statue of liberty is made of a steel frame covered with copper. This copper is the outside. The copper was once brown, but has oxidized over time, turning it green.