World Trade Center, 1970-2001: World Trade Center Observatory Ticket

World Trade Center, 1970-2001

World Trade Center, 1970-2001: World Trade Center Observatory Ticket

Stood on the observation deck of the World Trade Center's South Tower (Tower 2) - June 2001                                                                                                                                                     More

Stood on the observation deck of the World Trade Center's South Tower (Tower 2) - June 2001 More

WTC MEMORIAL Tour including 911 Memorial - New York City Vacations Inc., New York City Hotels, Sightseeing, Broadway Shows, Tours, Attractions, Expert NYC Travel Information Guide - What to do and see in New York City

WTC MEMORIAL Tour including 911 Memorial - New York City Vacations Inc., New York City Hotels, Sightseeing, Broadway Shows, Tours, Attractions, Expert NYC Travel Information Guide - What to do and see in New York City

vintage everyday: Amazing Pictures of Grim and Gritty New York City in the 1970s

vintage everyday: Amazing Pictures of Grim and Gritty New York City in the 1970s

While we see and discuss the 9/11 Memorial from afar on our Lower Manhattan tours... getting tickets to visit the 9/11 Memorial is not difficult!

While we see and discuss the 9/11 Memorial from afar on our Lower Manhattan tours... getting tickets to visit the 9/11 Memorial is not difficult!

World Trade Center (Twin Towers) --On September 20, 1962, the Port Authority announced the selection of Minoru Yamasaki as lead architect and Emery Roth & Sons as associate architects.[18] Yamasaki devised the plan to incorporate twin towers; Yamasaki's original plan called for the towers to be 80 stories tall.[19] To meet the Port Authority's requirement for 10,000,000 square feet (930,000 m2)) of office space, the buildings would each have to be 110 stories tall.[20]

World Trade Center (Twin Towers) --On September 20, 1962, the Port Authority announced the selection of Minoru Yamasaki as lead architect and Emery Roth & Sons as associate architects.[18] Yamasaki devised the plan to incorporate twin towers; Yamasaki's original plan called for the towers to be 80 stories tall.[19] To meet the Port Authority's requirement for 10,000,000 square feet (930,000 m2)) of office space, the buildings would each have to be 110 stories tall.[20]

Ticket for the Top of the World Trade Center Observatories.

Ticket for the Top of the World Trade Center Observatories.

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