... to have seen the World Trade Center and to have had brunch in the Windows on the World at the top.

... to have seen the World Trade Center and to have had brunch in the Windows on the World at the top.

Fuck yes. God Bless America my friends and may God bless the rest of us as well... I still get teary eyed to this very day.

Fuck yes. God Bless America my friends and may God bless the rest of us as well... I still get teary eyed to this very day.

A twisted and corroded steel girder recovered from Ground Zero appears to bear the visage of an anguished woman who construction workers dubbed the “Angel of 9/11.” The massive mangled beam is part of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum and one of two “impact steel” pieces that feature prominently in the hallowed exhibition slated to open in spring 2014.

‘The angel of 9/11’: Workers stunned by eerie face in World Trade Center steel

A twisted and corroded steel girder recovered from Ground Zero appears to bear the visage of an anguished woman who construction workers dubbed the “Angel of 9/11.” The massive mangled beam is part of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum and one of two “impact steel” pieces that feature prominently in the hallowed exhibition slated to open in spring 2014.

An American flag found in the rubble is displayed under the now iconic image of a flag being raised by firemen at the World Trade Center site by Thomas E. Franklin of The Record.  #911Memorial

First look at 9/11 Memorial Museum - Photos - First look inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum

An American flag found in the rubble is displayed under the now iconic image of a flag being raised by firemen at the World Trade Center site by Thomas E. Franklin of The Record. #911Memorial

World Trade Center   New York City   WTC Memorial Plaza:   Michael Arad & Peter Walker & Partners   WTC Memorial Museum:   Davis Brody Bond  WTC Museum Pavilion:   Snøhetta AS  Silverstein Properties:  Tower 2: Foster + Partners   Tower 3: Richard Rogers Partnership  Tower 4: Maki and Associates  Rendering © Silverstein Properties  Completion Dates: 2011-2015  www.netkaup.is

World Trade Center New York City WTC Memorial Plaza: Michael Arad & Peter Walker & Partners WTC Memorial Museum: Davis Brody Bond WTC Museum Pavilion: Snøhetta AS Silverstein Properties: Tower 2: Foster + Partners Tower 3: Richard Rogers Partnership Tower 4: Maki and Associates Rendering © Silverstein Properties Completion Dates: 2011-2015 www.netkaup.is

The "Survivors' Stairway," a key escape route for the hundreds of people fleeing the World Trade Center during the time of the attacks, is among the artifacts on display.  #911Memorial

First look at 9/11 Memorial Museum - First look inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum

The "Survivors' Stairway," a key escape route for the hundreds of people fleeing the World Trade Center during the time of the attacks, is among the artifacts on display. #911Memorial

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