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Remembering Sept. 11

Remember and reflect on the events of Sept. 11, 2001, at the NYC, Pentagon and Flight 93 national memorials.

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One World Trade Center

Amid cheers and whistles from workers, a final piece of the spire of One World Trade Center is hoisted into place in May 2013. More than 10 years after NYC’s skyline was changed forever, the new building --now the tallest in the United States -- rises 1,776 feet into the air, a testament to the Big Apple’s resilience in the years following the day that would come to mark the single-largest loss of civilian life on US soil.

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