Ground Zero, New York City
WHY DID THE TOWERS COLLAPSE?
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Fondest memory: I truly miss watching the Twin Towers high above the new york skyline. I will never forget those who perished in this tragedy.
Favorite thing: See the sphere that survived the attack on the World Trade Center om display at Battery Park. As you can see it has become a place for leaving personal memorials.
Favorite thing: In a park next to the site people from across the world have posted there tributes and condolences for the lives lost.
Favorite thing: On the building next to the site sits hangs a large American Flag. With a sign underneath to the effect that we will never forget.
Fondest memory: Not really my fondest memory, but being a nut for urban architecture, can't help but be sad when I think back to the moment when I looked up from where this photo was taken and stared at the twins...
Favorite thing: This picture was made from the top-floor of the World Trade Center just like the picture above this page.
Fondest memory: The area around the WTC spot was very special to be in. Down this road was the place WTC stood, now it is just a huge open 'hole' in the ground.
Favorite thing: On fences around the WTC area people have been hanging on things belonging to those that lost their lives in the 9/11 terror attacks. A very nice way to show respect to the heros.
Favorite thing: Every Firehouse in the city has flowers and letters in front of the building.They are the bravest and do deserve our praise.
Favorite thing: This is the New York skyline. In the background you can see the Twin Towers. From left to right are Alex, Mark, Nicky, Sarah and myself.
Favorite thing: In the evening of the same day we planned to go on top of the WTC.(It is difficult to write out the whole name). This W A S the square right below, where almost nightly free entertainment was held.
Fondest memory: My last visit in the World Trade Center was my best memory. I was in the middle of the American and the world history.