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For those of us who experienced 9/11, whether on TV or in person, this impeccably designed memorial is an overwhelmingly emotional experience. Even if you don't venture into the museum, see this if you are nearby and honor those who perished that day.
Coming here to view the place which symbolizes the life and the eternity with tragedy will leave you moved . The enormous fountains and greenery reminds you of what it was before -well kept The oak tree is a reminder . The area is silent...More
A fitting memorial to all who lost their lives it is both sorrowful and uplifting at the same time. It is particularly moving to walk around the water features reading the names of those that perished including the large numbers of emergency service personnel from...More
Having visited the Twin Towers pre 9/11 and watched them fall on TV from afar this was a must see for me during our short trip. This is a poignant memorial to those who perished and a suitable place to reflect on the events of...More
The sheer size of these two fountains truly puts in perspective how many people lost their lives. It is amazing how quiet it gets when you step near these even though the city is bustling all around. If you see a rose on a name,...More
I got quite emotional in the park, more so that in the museum as it is so moving. The names of all those that died are engraved on plagues around the pools and. a white rose is placed on each name on their birthday. There...More