The Oklahoma City National Memorial The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a 3.3 acre site in Oklahoma City. It encompasses what once was Fifth Street, the former Journal Record Newspaper Building and land located north of the bombed building. From the Gates of Time, the symbolic elements include a Field of Empty Chairs, A Reflecting Pool, the Survivor Tree, the Rescuers’ Orchard, the Survivor Wall, a Children’s Area and the fence that originally protected the crime scene,

The Oklahoma City National Memorial The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a 3.3 acre site in Oklahoma City. It encompasses what once was Fifth Street, the former Journal Record Newspaper Building and land located north of the bombed building. From the Gates of Time, the symbolic elements include a Field of Empty Chairs, A Reflecting Pool, the Survivor Tree, the Rescuers’ Orchard, the Survivor Wall, a Children’s Area and the fence that originally protected the crime scene,

The Oklahoma City National Memorial The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a 3.3 acre site in Oklahoma City. It encompasses what once was Fifth Street, the former Journal Record Newspaper Building and land located north of the bombed building. From the Gates of Time, the symbolic elements include a Field of Empty Chairs, A Reflecting Pool, the Survivor Tree, the Rescuers’ Orchard, the Survivor Wall, a Children’s Area and the fence that originally protected the crime scene,

The Oklahoma City National Memorial The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a 3.3 acre site in Oklahoma City. It encompasses what once was Fifth Street, the former Journal Record Newspaper Building and land located north of the bombed building. From the Gates of Time, the symbolic elements include a Field of Empty Chairs, A Reflecting Pool, the Survivor Tree, the Rescuers’ Orchard, the Survivor Wall, a Children’s Area and the fence that originally protected the crime scene,

The Oklahoma City National Memorial The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a 3.3 acre site in Oklahoma City. It encompasses what once was Fifth Street, the former Journal Record Newspaper Building and land located north of the bombed building. From the Gates of Time, the symbolic elements include a Field of Empty Chairs, A Reflecting Pool, the Survivor Tree, the Rescuers’ Orchard, the Survivor Wall, a Children’s Area and the fence that originally protected the crime scene,

The Oklahoma City National Memorial The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a 3.3 acre site in Oklahoma City. It encompasses what once was Fifth Street, the former Journal Record Newspaper Building and land located north of the bombed building. From the Gates of Time, the symbolic elements include a Field of Empty Chairs, A Reflecting Pool, the Survivor Tree, the Rescuers’ Orchard, the Survivor Wall, a Children’s Area and the fence that originally protected the crime scene,

The Oklahoma City National Memorial The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a 3.3 acre site in Oklahoma City. It encompasses what once was Fifth Street, the former Journal Record Newspaper Building and land located north of the bombed building. From the Gates of Time, the symbolic elements include a Field of Empty Chairs, A Reflecting Pool, the Survivor Tree, the Rescuers’ Orchard, the Survivor Wall, a Children’s Area and the fence that originally protected the crime scene,

The Oklahoma City National Memorial The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a 3.3 acre site in Oklahoma City. It encompasses what once was Fifth Street, the former Journal Record Newspaper Building and land located north of the bombed building. From the Gates of Time, the symbolic elements include a Field of Empty Chairs, A Reflecting Pool, the Survivor Tree, the Rescuers’ Orchard, the Survivor Wall, a Children’s Area and the fence that originally protected the crime scene,

“ Oklahoma City National Memorial “ in Oklahoma City Oklahoma Route 66 on My Mind " Route 66 blog ; http://2441.blog54.fc2.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/529713950495809/ http://route66jp.info

“ Oklahoma City National Memorial “ in Oklahoma City Oklahoma Route 66 on My Mind " Route 66 blog ; http://2441.blog54.fc2.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/529713950495809/ http://route66jp.info

Oklahoma is a midwestern U.S. state whose diverse landscape includes the Great Plains, hills lakes and forests. Oklahoma City, the capital, is home to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, recognizing the state’s pioneer history, and the Bricktown entertainment district, popular for dining and nightlife. The poignant Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum commemorates the bombing here in 1995. • Also buy this artwork on apparel, stickers, phone cases, and more.

Oklahoma is a midwestern U.S. state whose diverse landscape includes the Great Plains, hills lakes and forests. Oklahoma City, the capital, is home to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, recognizing the state’s pioneer history, and the Bricktown entertainment district, popular for dining and nightlife. The poignant Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum commemorates the bombing here in 1995. • Also buy this artwork on apparel, stickers, phone cases, and more.

The Oklahoma City Bombing Victims – OKC National Memorial & Museum

The Oklahoma City Bombing Victims – OKC National Memorial & Museum

Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial. Such a spiritual moving place to visit !! My oldest son lives here. He is stationed at Tinker Air Force Base.

Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial. Such a spiritual moving place to visit !! My oldest son lives here. He is stationed at Tinker Air Force Base.

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