In order for the American people who lost their lives in the "9∙11" incident, the site of the World Trade Center, the site of the "9∙11" terrorist attack in New York, is composed of three parts-two square waterfall pools and a theme building. The underground museums and the clusters of trees that surround them are all designed by the American garden designer Peter Walker. I visited here recently in winter, when there was still a little rain, and the weather was very cold. The surrounding trees had basically lost their leaves, and it looked very cool.
A small building with a fee. Inside, some sculptures were made from the steel of the old World Trade Center, and some office supplies were displayed to miss the past, mainly a photo exhibition to tell about what happened at that time.
The 9/11 Memorial was built in the original World Trade Center in New York. The memorial was destroyed by the terrorist attack planned by Bin Laden on January 11, 2001. Ordinary people were killed and injured very much and miserably. I'm still calling for turning swords into plows.
Deeply for those who worked in Shimao Mansion, the waterfalls as their loved ones tears, as they personally told the sad scene.
The day before, the tour guide asked me, can your children understand the 9/11 Memorial? Will they like it? I said, this is not a question of like or dislike. Death is also an education in itself. In fact, the children told me today that this is their most shocking education about life. It turned out that the two buildings are now two huge cavities, and the water is constantly flowing and mourning. Inside the hall, the entire process of the 9/11 incident was silently told by the burned fire truck, the heavily deformed steel pipe, the wreckage of the life passage, and the building pillars full of mourning for the victims. No day shall erase you from the memory of the time. Time shall never erase you from the memory of the time. These characters are all made from the remains of the two World Trade Buildings. The author believes that even the remains of the ruins can still bring hope and beauty. The children said it was shocking and tragic, but it was also moved to see many stories of people in disasters, cherish peace and cherish life! I think they did have the most exciting life education class
The National 9/11 Memorial is a place worth visiting. In the original location of the Twin Towers in Manhattan, the memorial was designed by Israeli architect Mike Allard. The name of the design is "Lost Reflection", which means "Lost". It consists of two huge falling pools and memorial halls. The South Pool is at the South Tower site of the original Twin Towers, and the North Pool is at the North Tower site. The square pool made of granite flows continuously from the four walls with a rolling waterfall, which symbolizes the endless life. The black marble platforms on the sides of the pool are engraved with the names of 2,997 victims. On the platform of the Nanchi pool are the names of the victims who died in the south building. Similarly, the names of the families in the north pool are chosen by their families. There are illuminating lights on the big waterfall, and the yellow-tone light seems to ignite the waterfall and make the pool burn, reminiscent of the raging fire mourning the 9/11 incident. The light can shine through the names of the victims engraved in brass, which is also the memory of the dead. More than 400 white oak trees are planted on the spacious square between the two large pools. The oak tree is the national tree of the United States and symbolizes strong and unyielding. The last picture is the exterior of the memorial. In order to balance reconstruction and memorial, the main building of the memorial is underground, and the buildings surrounding the memorial are the reconstructed World Trade Center.
On July 11 this year, I not only visited Ground Zero (the site of the 9/11 World Trade Center), but also visited the 9/11 Memorial Garden. Ground Zero is only the current appearance of the site. What is displayed inside the memorial garden is the most shocking. To enter the memorial park, you need to go through security check, and then take the long escalator to reach the museum. A picture of a large twin tower was taken at 8:30 in the morning on the day of the impact. Half an hour later, the twin towers were hit and collapsed. . It is estimated that there are not many Chinese tourists visiting this "911 Memorial Park". Most Chinese tourists are just looking at the appearance of Zero Ground... If you carefully visit the entire Memorial Park, you will understand and understand the American hatred of bin Laden. Even find ways to kill him! 9/11 hit the Americans too much! I took a voice hearing aid to visit every corner. What I admire the most is: Americans do not shy away from showing the world how they were destroyed by the terrorists of Osama bin Laden, these two world-famous New York landmarks, and nearly 3,000 people died. Innocent life. The destroyed fire truck in the memorial park, the few remaining main steel frames of the building, the foundation, the top launch tower, the broken national flag (repaired), the dilapidated escape stairs, the video of everything (the appearance is destroyed, and people see from various streets) Shocked reflections at the time of the impact, terrorist security checks, the Pentagon being hit, the people who jumped from the building...), the remains of the victims and rescuers, the messages and voices of the victims to their relatives at the last moments, the credentials and voices of the terrorists …Many many…Because there are many venues that are forbidden to take pictures, here can only share what is allowed…The memorial borrows the poem of the ancient Roman poet Virgil to show the world: “No day will erase you from the memory of time”.