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In memory of the World Trade Center

September 11, 2001, was a day of shock and sadness for people around the world.
Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected by this terrible tragedy.
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Skyline of Manhattan

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Top of The World Trade Center
Architect Minoru Yamasaki

Top of The World Trade Center
For visitors to New York, Top of the World is the perfect place to start. For residents, a great new place to enjoy the best view of the Big Apple. Whether you are in the glass-enclosed observatory on the 107th floor, or on the world's highest open-air deck 110 stories high (that is at 1,377 feet above sea level), you have the best seat in New York for "the city's biggest show". All for about the price of a movie, you'll enjoy the food, shopping and fun.

 

The World Trade Center .
Situated at Church Street between Liberty and Vesey Streets, the seven building, two tower World Trade Center complex boasts the largest skyscraper in lower Manhattan. This complex, constructed between 1966 and 1977, boasts two towers standing 415 and 415 metersrespectively, includes office buildings, an underground shopping concourse, subway and path train lines and a hotel located between the two towers. On top, there are a number of private clubs and restaurants offering panoramic views of the city.

     

      

                                                                         

"Although it is inevitable for architects who admire these great monumental buildings of Europe to strive for the quality most evident in them — grandeur, the elements of mysticism and power, basic to cathedrals and palaces, are also incongruous today, because the buildings we build for our times are for a totally different purpose."

                            

                        

                        

                         

                                                                                                         

 

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July 15, 2001

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South and North Tower

South and North Tower
   
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View from the South Tower New Jersey behind the North Tower
   
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The Top of the North Tower Manhattan - inside South Tower
   
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View Manhatten (South Tower) View Brooklyn (South Tower)
    
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Skyline of South Manhattan Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan
   
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Down Town Manhattan St. Paul's Chapel in front of the North Tower
   
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Skyline of South Manhattan Statue of Liberty in front of Manhattan
    

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Top Of The World (South Tower) Top Of The World (South Tower)

 

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