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The names inscribed around the edge and the sound of the cascading water as it flows down into the centre of the pool make this one of the worlds more sensitive memorials. Continue to be impressed by the thought and sophistication of the design.
A truly beautiful and very moving memorial to the victims of 9/11. The security here was very respectful in ensuring all victims names were always visible (not being leant on or similar) and keeping it as it was intended to be, a place for remembrance....More
A beautiful rememberance area at the foot of the new World Trade Centre building. It's busy but peaceful as most people are very respectful. Close by is Battery Park and the boat trip areas to Liberty Island and Staten Island.
It feels odd to review this, however it's is a definite must see, purely to pay respect and never forget. For those who like me may have only seen imagery on television. The sheer scale of the atrocity that took place here is something that...More
A fitting memorial for the people who,lost their life’s on 9/11. Take your time and look at both the building footprints as they deserve that respect. Amazed by the Survibor Tree that has grown since our last visit three years ago and happy to,see it...More
I love this memorial, it's a brilliant idea to turn the footprints of the twin towers into fountains with the names of those who died surrounding each one. A small, white rose is placed next to each person's name on their birthday. Well worth a...More
This is an outstanding tribute to all the victims of 9-11. The way the water cascade down into the dark hole in the centre of the fountains gives you a cold feeling inside. But well worth the visit to pay your respects.
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.