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“So beautiful”

World Trade Center's Liberty Park
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US$69,00*
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Statue of Liberty and 9/11 Memorial with World...
Ranked #46 of 1 153 things to do in New York City
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a moving place! Such a wonderful thing that they did making these memorials. It's such a somber atmosphere filled with so many tears and so much grief. It's important to honor the victims of 9/11 and they've done such a wonderful job at doing that. They put flowers on each person's memorial when it is their birthday. Gone but never forgotten! An important place to visit if you are an American who lived through this tragedy.

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"solemn place"
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"who lost their lives"
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"twin towers"
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"greenwich street"
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"memorial area"
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"wtc towers"
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"white roses"
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"wonderful memorial"
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"pay tribute"
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"moving place"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When you see the names of all those who lost their lives, on the surround of each waterfall, you get to understand the enormity of what happened on 9/11. The flowers placed through names indicates their birthdays. Very moving.

Thank David E
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In this park are two memorial structures that trace the perimeters of the original north and south towers of the World Trade Center constructed in 1973 and support a four-walled water fall into a deeper pit. These structures honor the individuals who perished on 9/11/2001 (by name and by floor in the original towers). The names are carved into the top of the wall in what appears to be granite. Sounds of the waterfall seem to muffle or drown ambient sounds, thus creating a special, solemn quiet. It succeeds greatly as a place for contemplation and remembrance. This was a bright, sunny day in early April, the temperature was never more than 52 degrees Fahrenheit, and it was quite windy; the crowd was much smaller than it can become in warmer weather.

Thank 1travelnottourism
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very sobering experience, well done and very well visited as it should be. A wonderful way to remember.

Thank LookingForFamilyFun
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Being here certainly brings back the emotion of 9/11. Must stand by the fountains with the names of the victims.

Thank ny2plano
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