Seattle, Washington: Statue Of Liberty Plaza

Replica first placed by Boy Scouts in 1952 is six feet tall, atop a pedestal. Vanished, then restored and rededicated on Sep. 6, 2008, as the centerpiece of Statue of Liberty Plaza.
Alki Ave. SW, Seattle, WA
Alki Ave. SW at 61st Ave SW on a concrete plaza along the shore.
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Statue of Liberty Plaza.

Statue Of Liberty Plaza

Small Statue of Liberty.

[Ashleigh Haskins, 12/09/2016]

This 6-ft. tall figure stands on Alki Beach facing Elliot Bay. It is a 1/18th scale replica of the Statue of Liberty, one of many erected by Boy Scouts during their "Little Sister of Liberty" campaign in 1952. After decades of sea salt erosion, the statue was recast in bronze in 2008.

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