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(Liberty Island is within the borders of the borough of Manhattan, though as an exclave surrounded by waters of Jersey City, New Jersey.)
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The '''Statue of Liberty''' is a statue on the [[Liberty Island]] in [[New York City]], given by [[France]] to the [[USA]] in 1886.
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The '''Statue of Liberty''' is a statue on [[Liberty Island]] in [[New York City]], given by [[France]] to the [[USA]] in 1886.
   
 
The thieving of the Statue of Liberty by {{1987vglink|Krang}} in [[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time]] is the main motivation of the {{1987vglink|Ninja Turtles|Turtles}} to pursue him.
 
The thieving of the Statue of Liberty by {{1987vglink|Krang}} in [[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time]] is the main motivation of the {{1987vglink|Ninja Turtles|Turtles}} to pursue him.

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The Statue of Liberty is a statue on Liberty Island in New York City, given by France to the USA in 1886.

The thieving of the Statue of Liberty by Krang in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time is the main motivation of the Turtles to pursue him.

Shredder tries to blow it up in the Something Fishy Goes Down storyline in the Archie comics.[1]

In the 1987-1996 series episode Once Upon a Time Machine, during the future scenes set in November 2036, Shredder replaces the Statue of Liberty with a Shredder statue holding a rifle.

Zog finds out in Dinosaur Seen in Sewers! that the statue was used as a Kraang base. He sets off a beacon from the statue to summon his Triceraton brethren, and fights the Turtles on it. At the end of the battle, Zog purposely plummets to his death from the edge of the statue's torch.

In the Out of the Shadows film, the turtles cheer their victory atop the Statue of Liberty by the end.[2]

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