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Bartholdi, Auguste

Line breaks: Au|guste Bar|tholdi
Pronunciation: /bɑːˈtɒldi
, -ˈθɒldi, baʀtɔldi/

Definition of Bartholdi, Auguste in English:

( 1834–1904), French sculptor, known especially for the Statue of Liberty, which was presented to the US in 1886; full name Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi.

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