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The Statue of Liberty is a statue in New York City, on Ellis Island in the city's bay, and is one of the most iconic landmarks in the United States. The statue was a gift from the French government to the United States, and was designed by a Frenchman, Lucian operative Gustave Eiffel, who also designed the Eiffel Tower.
Eiffel's structures were commissioned by Lucian leadership as a hiding place for one of their Clues, Blood. In order to keep it safe, the Clue is moved between the landmarks every ten years; during the Clue Hunt, the Clue was located in the Statue of Liberty. The Tomas branch suspected that a Clue might be hidden in the statue, as members of the branch perfected the art of urban climbing and scaled the Eiffel Tower in search of the Clue.