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I’m from the UK and I was in New York for a few days. This memorial was on my to do list, it has been for many years.
I spent quite a while walking around, reading the names of those who sadly died. It’s a...More
I loved visiting Ground Zero, as I really wanted to pay my respects. It was a sad experience but perfectly pays tributes to the many victims.
I really liked the flower tributes the victims are given on their birthdays, although it did lead me to...More
The two memorial fountains are simply amazing. The water cascading down from the sides, the names on the border with white roses in are simply mesmerizing. It's inspiring to see what they did to commemorate such a horrible event. Everyone should at least pass by...More
The place is full of Sorrow and emotions. The entire walls of the memorial are engraved with the names of the people who lost their lives in Twin towers.
Do visit this place to pay homage and respect for those who lost their lives in...More
At the southernmost tip of Manhattan, the Financial District is where New York City began as a center of commerce. Today, the historic streets and beautiful setting are complemented by museums, countless skyscrapers, and the heart of the Financial District, home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. Catch the Staten Island Ferry for an unbeatable view of the skyline and Statue of Liberty, or sail to Ellis
Island to learn about the vital immigrant history of the city.
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Three hours was needed to really see and take in everything that the museum has to offer. A good hour is needed outside to appreciate what happened there, to see the reflecting pools in the footprints of the original towers... More
Three hours was needed to really see and take in everything that the museum has to offer. A good hour is needed outside to appreciate what happened there, to see the reflecting pools in the footprints of the original towers, and to read some of the names of those whose lives were lost.
The Catholic memorial is in the Chapel of St. Joseph on the south side of the North Cove boat basin in Battery Park City, across the street from the World Trade Center. The official street address is 385 South End Avenue... More
The Catholic memorial is in the Chapel of St. Joseph on the south side of the North Cove boat basin in Battery Park City, across the street from the World Trade Center. The official street address is 385 South End Avenue. There are statues of saints related to St. Florian for firefighters, St. Michael for police, St. Joseph for the workers in the building who died in the attacks and workers who worked for months after in on the site, and Mary Magdalene for all those who mourn.
The National 9/11 Memorial is on the original site of the World Trade Center, just south of the new WTC. It is a plaza with the pools within the footprints of the towers, where the names of the people who were killed are inscribed.