Statue of a High Official from Laleli

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Our Good Earth: Rural Life and American Art,

Our Good Earth: Rural Life and American Art

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Our Catholic Company provides antique church supplies and quality vintage items. However we often find buyers for any style or period from Pre-Vatican II to modern.

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СТАТУЯ ЕДИНСТВА

Статуя Единства
Индия
182 метра

Будда Весеннего Храма
Китай
153 метра

Усику Дайбуцу
Япония
120 метров

Статуя Свободы
США
93 метря

Памятник «Родина-мать зовет!» Россия 85 метров

Статуя Христа-Искупителя Бразилия
38 метров

С незапамятных времен архитектура и памятники Индии определяли её самобытность. Историческими пещерами Аджанты и Эллоры и храмовым комплексом “Дильвара” в Маунт-Абу, Тадж-Махалом и храмом Минакши в Мадурае индийская архитектура демонстрирует свою элегантность и незаурядность во всем мире. Самым выдающимся творением за последнее время считается статуя Единства, самый высокий памятник в мире. Он представляет собой колоссальное сооружение, возведеное рядом с плотиной Сардар-Саровар на реке Нармада и символизирующее “Железного человека”, сыгравшего важную роль в борьбе за свободу Индии, а затем и в объединении разрозненных княжеств. Статуя напоминает миру о выдающейся личности Сардара Валлабхаи Пателя, лидера процесса интеграции Индии как единой страны.

Именно благодаря уму и желанию этого “Железного человека” 562 малых и больших княжеств единогласно решили стать неотъемлемой частью Индии. Значение статуи напрямую соотносится со смыслом и ценностью единства, которое, будучи одной из лучших интерпретаций дизайнеров, также символизирует и разъясняет сущность статуи посетителям. Самая высокая статуя в мире – это инженерное чудо, возведенное всего за 46 месяцев.

Сардар Патель, уважаемый за свою приверженность идее и энергичность, взялся за сложную задачу убедить все княжества в необходимости объединения, используя дипломатию и мирные средства, а также “железную руку”, когда это было необходимо.

Особо впечатляющим стал вклад Сардара Пателя в объединение разрозненных деталей в ряд программ социального развития, касающихся в том числе транспортной сети и связи, научно-исследовательских институтов, системы образования и развития племен, туристических объектов и другой социальной инфраструктуры.


The American Flag and Its Flying Rules

The Flag of the United States of America is a symbol of freedom and liberty to which Americans pledge their allegiance. Standing at attention and facing the flag with their right hand over the heart, they recite:

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

The flag&rsquos 13 alternating red and white stripes represent the 13 original colonies. Its 50 white stars on a blue field represent the 50 states.

The colors on the flag represent:

  • Red: valor and bravery
  • White: purity and innocence
  • Blue: vigilance, perseverance, and justice

If you need additional information or have a question, you can email the Department of State&rsquos protocol office at [email protected]

To order a U.S. flag that has flown over the Capitol, contact your senator's office.

According to U.S. Flag Code, a worn out American flag should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning.


The Statue of Liberty Honors the Union Victory in the Civil War

One of the recently disputed Statue of Liberty facts regards when exactly the idea for the statue originated. According to the traditional story, René de Laboulaye, a well-known Liberal in France, proposed that a statue should be built to honor the Union after the Civil War in the United States.

At the time, France was under the rule of Napoleon III and the French people desired the independence and freedom that the Americans had in the United States. Laboulaye’s proposal paid homage to the United States, while also being a proclamation of French hopes for a democracy that had yet to be fulfilled.

Bartholdi was inspired by Laboulaye’s comment, which Laboulaye had only made in passing. Although Bartholdi didn’t tell Laboulaye at the time, he intended to build the statue. Bartholdi and Laboulaye would eventually form a Franco-American union in 1875 that would raise funds for the project.

Laboulaye provided letters of introduction to Bartholdi that proved crucial in generating support for the project in the United States. Bartholdi first spotted what was to become Liberty Island, and proposed that this would be the ideal location for the statue. It was Ulysses S. Grant who told Bartholdi that the United States government would likely provide the land required for the project.


Get the Facts

The Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island near the entrance to New York Harbor at sunset.

What is the Statue of Liberty made of? The Statue of Liberty is made of copper 3/32 in. (2.4 millimeters) thick, the same as two U.S. pennies put together.

Why is the Statue green? The Statue's copper has naturally oxidized to form its familiar "patina" green coating. This patina is as thick, in many places, as the copper behind it and is protecting the copper from naturally wearing away.

How tall is the Statue of Liberty? The Statue is 305ft. 1in. from the ground to the tip of the flame. It is the equivalent height of a 22-story building. In 1886, it was the tallest structure in New York. See more Statue Statistics.

Is the Statue of Liberty an image of a man or woman? Classical images of Liberty have usually been represented by a woman. The Statue of Liberty's face is said to be modeled after the sculptor's mother.

Is the torch open? The torch has been closed since the "Black Tom" explosion of July 30, 1916, which was one of the largest acts of sabotage to our nation prior to the event of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Many people think they've been there and confuse it with climbing a spiral staircase which goes to the crown. National Park Service staff must climb a narrow 40ft. ladder in order to maintain the floodlights which light the torch.

Is the crown open? Yes, by reservation at www.statuecruises.com

Do you have questions about pedestal, monument and crown access? The ferry company should be contacted regarding advance tickets, confirmations, monument access pass availability. You can reach them at: 877-LADY TIX for advance tickets and monument access passes or on line at: www.statuecruises.com

Can I purchase food or bring my own to the park? You can do either. A food concessionaire is located on Liberty Island and Ellis Island or you can bring your own. (Large coolers will not be allowed through security screening) Liberty Island Concessionaire(Evelyn Hill, Inc. - 212 363-3180. Ellis Island Concessionaire (Aramark Corp.) - 212 344-0996.

Which direction does she face? The Statue of Liberty faces Southeast and was strategically placed inside of Fort Wood which was a perfect base for the Statue. The Statue's position was also perfect for ships, entering the harbor, to see her as a welcoming symbol.

Does the Statue of Liberty get struck by lightning? Yes! Although the Statue is grounded through the massive concrete and granite base she stands on the Statue gets struck many times each year. Just how many is not known. The Statue's height and the conductive material she's made of, copper, makes it a structure of choice for lightning strikes.

What does the torch represent? The torch is a symbol of enlightenment. The Statue of Liberty's torch lights the way to freedom showing us the path to Liberty. Even the Statue's official name represents her most important symbol "Liberty Enlightening the World". The Statue's current replacement torch, added in 1986, is a copper flame covered in 24K gold. It is reflective of the sun's rays in daytime and lighted by 16 floodlights at night. The original torch was removed in 1984 and is currently inside the lobby of the monument.

What is written on the Statue's tablet? The tablet of law, held in the Statue's left hand, has the date of American Independence July 4, 1776, written on it in Roman numerals (July IV, MDCCLXXVI)

What do the seven spikes on the Statue's crown represent? The rays represent a radiant halo, also called an "aureole."

Is the Statue in New York or New Jersey? The Statue of Liberty is on Liberty Island, federal property administered by the National Park Service, located within the territorial jurisdiction of the State of New York. A pact between New York and New Jersey, ratified by Congress in 1834, declared this issue.

Can I dock my personal boat or vessel on the island? No. Docking of private vessels is not permitted! Visitors can only arrive at the island via the contracted ferry concession service presently in place.

Are Pets Allowed In the Park? No, pets are not permitted on the ferry system or in the park itself. Documented service/assist animals are exempt from this regulation.

If I take the ferry from one side, must I return to that side? Yes. Ferries depart from both the State of New York and New Jersey. The side you start from is where you should return to. If not, you may be forced to find alternate ways back due to crowding or ticket office closures.

Is the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island? No. The park is comprised of two separate islands, Liberty Island and Ellis Island. The Statue of Liberty is on Liberty Island. Ellis Island, the former federal immigration station, is currently a national museum of immigration.


The Battery

For additional park information, please visit the Battery Conservancy website .

For more than 200 years, The Battery has been an invaluable part of New York City&rsquos history. In 1855, Castle Garden, situated inside the Park, became the world&rsquos first immigrant depot. Decades before Ellis Island was built or the Statue of Liberty gazed down at incoming boats, millions of newcomers arrived at The Battery from Europe and elsewhere.

Although its role has changed, people from around the world still visit The Battery for a view of the city's past. Ferries dock at its shore to pick up visitors to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and all summer long concerts play on its grounds.

Its beautiful waterfront and flower gardens make The Battery a lovely place to wander. For those who'd like a longer stroll, the park&rsquos location at the southern tip of Manhattan makes it a classic starting point for walking tours through the city.

Events

Join us for a tour of our urban vegetable farm and perennial forest farm, led by park staff. RSVP is required.


Mount Cristo Rey IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19 and the Annual Pilgrimage is Canceled for 2020.


History
Standing atop the Sierra de Cristo Rey (Formerly known as the Cerro de los Muleros, Mule Drivers Mountain), in Sunland Park, New Mexico, the 29 ft. tall limestone statue of Christ serves as a shrine to thousands of faithful in the El Paso and Southern New Mexico area. Dedicated in 1940, this monument to Christ was the vision of Fr. Lourdes Costa, a local parish priest, who in 1933 after looking out the back window of his residence in the community of Smeltertown, envisioned erecting a monument at the summit of this glorious mountain. With no knowledge of who owned the mountain or whether it was located in Texas, New Mexico or Mexico, Fr. Costa and sixteen others made the arduous trek on October 28, 1933. In church the following day, Costa preached to the congregation sharing his vision of a cross on the mountaintop. Together, they pledged to erect a temporary wooden cross and to later replace it with a monumental one. Additionally, they promised to volunteer their time and efforts to make the mountain suitable for ascension.
On October 31, Father Costa presented his idea to Bishop A.J. Schuler of El Paso, who approved.
Eventually, learning that the area is in present day Sunland Park, NM, almost 200 acres were purchased from the Commissioner of Lands of New Mexico by the Diocese of El Paso.
On the eve of lent, February 13, 1934, men carrying material on their shoulders and braving the hazardous climb over dangerous slopes placed the first cross. At sunset Father Costa blessed the twelve foot high wooden cross. The first step of one mans dream had been taken.
The work did not stop there. Having vowed to replace the temporary wooden cross, students at the Smelter Vocational School were working on an iron cross. While that was going on, men, women and children were all working, no less than three times a week for almost five years to help make the priest's dream a reality. Hundreds of people labored long and hard to build the two and one half mile road to make the future statue accessible. With the foundation built and the construction of the iron cross complete, on Palm Sunday a second procession was made, placing the larger and wider cross. It was blessed on March 25, 1934.

On August 31, 1937, Father Costa met with Bishop Schuler to suggest that his good friend, world famous sculptor Urbici Soler, be commissioned to construct the monument. Costa discussed the project with Soler, who was in Mexico City for an exhibition of his work. Bishop Schuler, having agreed to commission Soler, sent him money for his initial expenses. He arrived in El Paso on October 4, 1937.
While Costa devoted his time to financing the project, Soler was studying the site and making models of prospective ideas. A clay model made by Soler of his concept of the project was approved on December 7, 1937.
Soler left for Austin on April 1, 1938 to select almost forty tons of the finest limestone from their famous quarries. He cut and shaped the large stones himself as he prepared them for shipping. He began the trip back to El Paso in September. Upon his return, work began in earnest.
The base of the monument measures 14 feet wide and ten feet high. It was made to hold six inch by four inch memorial tile plaques made of Spanish Talavera with the names of contributors and sold for $25.00 each. The base was completed on May 15, 1939.
The first stone of the limestone statue was placed on May 24, 1939 by Urbici Soler. From then on, until its completion, he was on the scaffold from 4:00 AM to sunset everyday. The statue was ready in time for pilgrimage on October 29, 1939.
The crown that encircles the base of the monument was constructed and completed to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary on October 29, 1989.

QUICK FACTS

Envisioned: October 25, 1933
Founder: Monsignor Lourdes F. Costa
Elevation: 4,675 feet
Elevation Gain: 820 feet
First (wooden) cross placed: February 13, 1934
Second (iron) cross placed: March 25, 1934
Trail length: 4.4 miles round trip
Estimated time: 2.5 hours
Present monument
Sculptor: Urbici Soler
Construction started: April 15, 1939
Dedicated: October 29, 1939
Height: 42.5 ft
Base: 13.5 feet
Statue: 29 feet.

Call Us Today!

For more information on upcoming events and dates when you can visit Mt. Cristo Rey, please call us at (915) 252-9840. Visitors are urged to contact the Restoration Committee or the Sunland Park Police Department prior to attempting to climb Mt. Cristo Rey. Due to the proximity of Mexico on the Southern edge of the mountain, visitors are cautioned not climb alone and always go in groups. Vandalism, assaults and robberies are still an ongoing problem and visitors are encouraged to visit on days when organized events are being held and security is on site. Please visit the events page to get dates of upcoming events.


History [ edit | edit source ]

  • Desktop 1.4.2.3 : Angel Statues can now be dropped by Jungle Mimics.
  • Desktop 1.4.1 : All statues can now spawn in any world, regardless of difficulty, removing the Expert/Master Mode exclusivity of the Armed Zombie Statue and the Bone Skeleton Statue.
  • Desktop 1.4.0.1 :
    • Statue-spawned enemies now require some form of player damage to drop their drops (even if the killing blow is done with lava, traps, etc.).
    • The two unused statue textures are now obtainable, and are called the Seagull Statue and the Owl Statue.
    • Jellyfish and Granite Golems spawned from statues now drop their items even less frequently.
    • Pigron statues no longer drop Bacon
    • Corrupt Statue, Eyeball Statue, Goblin Statue, Hornet Statue, Imp Statue now spawn their respective enemies.
    • Critter statues now spawn during world generation.
    • Critter statues now also require Ecto Mist to be present near in order to craft.
    • Desktop 1.3.4.1 : Fixed Tavernkeep not reacting to the King Statue.
    • Desktop 1.3.2 :
      • Added two new unused statue textures.
      • Walking Goldfish spawned from statues can no longer be captured in bug nets.
      • Desktop 1.3.1.1 : Fixed Grasshopper Statue having no recipe.
      • Desktop 1.3.1 :
        • Critter statues added: Buggy, Butterfly, Duck, Firefly, Frog, Grasshopper, Mouse, Penguin, Scorpion, Snail, Squirrel, and Worm.
        • Enemy statues added: Armed Zombie, Blood Zombie, Bone Skeleton, Drippler, Granite Golem, Harpy, Hoplite, Medusa, Pigron, Undead Viking, Unicorn, Wall Creeper, and Wraith.
        • Critters generated by statues can no longer be captured in bug nets (except walking Goldfish).
        • Drop rates for enemies spawned by new statues are divided by 4.
        • Some Enemies spawned by new statues drop nothing when killed by traps/environment.
        • Some enemies spawned by new statues are non-aggressive during the daytime.
        • Old statue sprites updated.
        • Desktop 1.3.0.1 :
          • Skeleton Statues can generate as part of Statue traps.
          • Chest Statues can now be found in generated houses in Underground Deserts.
          • Each of the 6 tiles of a functional Statue now share the same cooldown, preventing the use of multiple Timers to spawn six times as many enemies or items. and Sharks spawned by Statues placed in the post-Plantera Dungeon no longer have a chance to spawn Dungeon Spirits.
          • Fixed bug where KO Cannon could drop from Statue-spawned enemies.
          • Fixed a bug where you could spawn a heart/enemy from a statue using wires faster than intended.
          • Fixed a bug where Piranha Statues were not spawning properly when a world was created.
          • Mushroom Statue will now light up when wired.
          • Desktop 1.2.4 :
            • Armor Statue recipe changed, now requires 50 instead of 100 (still crafted  @  Work Bench).
            • Added the Shark Statue (found generated Underground) and craftable Letter and Number Statues (crafted from 50   @  Heavy Work Bench).
            • Desktop 1.2.3.1 :
              • The King Statue now correctly summons the Traveling Merchant.
              • The Queen Statue now correctly summons the Stylist.
              • Desktop 1.2.0.3 :
                • The Lucky Coin no longer causes Statue-spawned enemies to drop Coins.
                • The King Statue and Queen Statue now correctly summon new NPCs.
                • Desktop 1.2.0.2 :
                  • Hardmode summon items no longer drop from Statue-spawned enemies.
                  • Statues will no longer spawn on Thin Ice.
                  • Desktop 1.2 :
                    • All Statues are now freed with a Pickaxe instead of a Hammer.
                    • Corrupt Goldfish and Bunnies spawned from Statues no longer drop Coins.
                    • Added Lihzahrd, Lihzahrd Guardian, and Lihzahrd Watcher Statues, found in the Jungle Temple.
                    • Desktop 1.1.1 : Statues no longer turn into Armor Statues when they are smashed from the top.
                    • Desktop 1.1 :
                      • Angel Statue is now placeable and stackable (max 99), sell value increased from 1 to 60 , and removed tooltip ('It does not do anything.').
                      • Sprite updated.
                      • Renamed Statue to Armor Statue.
                      • Added Bomb, Heart, Star, Bird, Bunny, Fish, Bat, Chest, Crab, Jellyfish, Piranha, Skeleton, Slime, King, Queen, Anvil, Axe, Boomerang, Boot, Bow, Corrupt, Cross, Eyeball, Gargoyle, Gloom, Goblin, Hammer, Hornet, Imp, Mushroom, Pickaxe, Pillar, Pot, Potion, Reaper, Shield, Spear, Sunflower, Sword, Tree, and Woman Statues.
                      • Desktop 1.0.6 : Added Statue (later renamed Armor Statue), found or crafted   @   Work Bench from 100 .
                      • Desktop 1.0.5 : Angel Statue tooltip placed within quotes.
                      • Desktop 1.0.4 : Angel Statue now more difficult to find.
                      • Desktop-Release : Introduced Angel Statue, however cannot be held, placed, nor equipped.
                      • Console 1.0.933.1 : Made changes from PS4’s 1.0.750.0 update. ( )
                      • Console 1.0.750.0 : ( )
                        • Skeleton Statues can generate as part of Statue traps.
                        • Chest Statues can now be found in generated houses in Underground Deserts.
                        • Each of the 6 tiles of a functional Statue now share the same cooldown, preventing the use of multiple Timers to spawn six times as many enemies or items. and Sharks spawned by Statues placed in the post-Plantera Dungeon no longer have a chance to spawn Dungeon Spirits.
                        • The Mushroom Statue will now light up when wired.
                        • Updated sprites to match Desktop 1.3.1.
                        • Console 1.07 :
                          • Armor Statue recipe changed, now requires 50 /> instead of 100 (still crafted  @  Work Bench).
                          • Added the Shark Statue (found generated Underground) and craftable Letter and Number Statues (crafted from 50 />   @  Heavy Work Bench).
                          • Console 1.02 :
                            • All Statues are now freed with a Pickaxe instead of a Hammer.
                            • Corrupt Goldfish and Bunnies spawned from Statues no longer drop Coins.
                            • Added Lihzahrd, Lihzahrd Guardian, and Lihzahrd Watcher Statues, found in the Jungle Temple.
                            • Statues no longer generate on Thin Ice.
                            • The Lucky Coin no longer causes Statue-spawned enemies to drop Coins.
                            • Hardmode summon items no longer drop from Statue-spawned enemies.
                            • Console-Release : Introduced with mechanics, recipes, and variants of Desktop 1.1.1.
                            • Mobile 1.2.11212 :
                              • Armor Statue recipe changed, now requires 50 /> instead of 100 (still crafted  @  Work Bench).
                              • Added the Shark Statue (found generated Underground) and craftable Letter and Number Statues (crafted from 50 />   @  Heavy Work Bench).
                              • Mobile 1.2.6508 :
                                • All Statues are now freed with a Pickaxe instead of a Hammer.
                                • Corrupt Goldfish and Bunnies spawned from Statues no longer drop Coins.
                                • Added Lihzahrd, Lihzahrd Guardian, and Lihzahrd Watcher Statues, found in the Jungle Temple.
                                • Statues no longer generate on Thin Ice.
                                • The Lucky Coin no longer causes Statue-spawned enemies to drop Coins.
                                • Hardmode summon items no longer drop from Statue-spawned enemies.
                                • Mobile 1.1.5536 :
                                  • Angel Statue is now placeable and stackable (max 99), sell value increased from 1 to 60 , and removed tooltip ('It does not do anything.').
                                  • Updated sprite to match Desktop 1.1.
                                  • Renamed Statue to Armor Statue.
                                  • Added Bomb, Heart, Star, Bird, Bunny, Fish, Bat, Chest, Crab, Jellyfish, Piranha, Skeleton, Slime, King, Queen, Anvil, Axe, Boomerang, Boot, Bow, Corrupt, Cross, Eyeball, Gargoyle, Gloom, Goblin, Hammer, Hornet, Imp, Mushroom, Pickaxe, Pillar, Pot, Potion, Reaper, Shield, Spear, Sunflower, Sword, Tree, and Woman Statues.
                                  • Mobile-Release : Introduced with mechanics, recipes, and variants of Desktop 1.0.6.

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