The reflecting pools and waterfalls of the National September 11 Memorial continue to move the millions of visitors who pay their respects at the footprints of the original Twin Towers. Take a look at the new American landmark!
Buildings reflected in the Memorial Pool at the National September 11 Memorial.
silent cascade - Icy waterfall in the Loch, Central Park, New York by Katsuhiro Kaneko on
Ground Zero lights in New York City - September 11 911 Memorial. We will always remember
Philadelphia - Beautiful Architecture, Diverse neighborhoods, Cool Art, Geno's and Pat's Cheese Steaks weren't worth the walk, The Mutter Museum was AWESOME!
Buckner Building, Whittier, AK - was built in 1953 included a movie theater, a bowling alley and a jail. Tunnels lead from the building to other parts of the small, haunted town.
The Teardrop Memorial - It was a gift to America from the country of Russia and is dedicated "To the Struggle Against World Terrorism." It is in Bayonne, NJ. Around the base of The Teardrop were the names of all those who died on – including 26 Russians.
Apart from annual national holidays, history scarcely invokes events by the dates on which they occurred, but September 11 immediately joined the Fifth of November and the Ides of March as a day that would forever live in infamy.
move and thrive in nyc. "Dream like New York. As high as the skyline. Aim for the stars above those city lights. Gotta dream like New York. I'm running down Broadway. Gotta catch the next train.
My heart aches for him -- Robert Peraza, who lost his son Robert David Peraza, pauses at his son’s name at the North Pool of the Memorial during tenth anniversary ceremonies at the site of the World Trade Center on September in New York City.
Central Park, NYC in Autumn. one of the most beautiful parks in the country. I've been there in June and July . Must do autumn someday soon.
Never forget. September The twin towers of the World Trade Center burn with the Statue of Liberty in the foreground.
FILE - In this April 2012 file photo, One World Trade Center, rises above the lower New York City skyline as the National September 11 Memorial can be seen at lower right. More than a decade after never forget