What stands 92.99 metres high and has an index finger measuring eight feet in length?
Just over 38 years after it was dedicated on October 28th 1886, this landmark was declared a national monument in 1924.
The structure contains 125 tonnes of steel and 31 tonnes of copper and yet it sways six inches from side to side when the wind blows in excess of 50 miles per hour.
It has been covered entirely in snow, a tidal wave, buried up to its torch in sand and destroyed by aliens, in the movies at least.
This universal symbol of democracy was given by the people of France to the people of the United States and has a twin in Paris.
It is hard to imagine a visit to New York without following in the footsteps of the millions of people who have made the trip from the southern tip of Manhattan Island to one of the most iconic landmarks in America.
Indeed it could be classed as pointless as giving the Mona Lisa a miss on a visit to the Louvre but if you remain unsure as to what this tourist magnet could be, perhaps you should take a trip to the New York Public Library to find out.
New York – From the dizzy heights of the Empire State Building to the serene Central Park New York has it all!