The day before, the tour guide asked me if your children could understand the 911 Memorial Hall and would they like it. I said that it was not a matter of liking or disliking it. Death itself was an education. In fact, today the children told me that this was their most shocking education about life. The original two buildings are now two huge holes, the flow of water, mourning endlessly. Inside the museum, the whole event of September 11 was silently told by the burned fire truck, the heavily deformed steel pipe, the wreckage of the life passage, and the pillars full of mourning for the victims. No day shall erase you from the memory of the time. Time will never erase you from the memory. These words are all made from the remains of two World Trade Center buildings. The author believes that even the remains of the ruins can still bring hope and beauty. The children said that they were shocked and tragic, but they were also touched by the stories of people in many disasters, cherishing peace and life. I think they did have one of the most wonderful life education courses.
On July 11, this year, we visited not only the Zero Place (the site of the 911 World Trade Center), but also the 911 Memorial Park. Zero Place is only the present appearance of the site. The inside of the memorial garden shows all the most impressive things. Entering the memorial hall requires security checks, and then arrives at the museum by a long escalator. A pair of large twin towers were photographed at 8:30 a.m. on the day they were hit. Half an hour later, the twin towers collapsed successively. It is estimated that there are not many Chinese tourists visiting this "911 Memorial Park" and most Chinese tourists are just looking at the appearance at zero. If you visit the whole memorial garden carefully, you will understand and understand the American hatred of Osama bin Laden, and even try to kill him! 911 really hit the Americans too hard. I visited every corner with voice hearing aids, which I most appreciate. Yes: Americans are not shy of showing the world how bin Laden's terrorists destroyed the two world-famous New York landmarks and nearly 3,000 innocent lives on September 11. Fire trucks destroyed in the memorial park, the few remaining building main steel frames, foundations, roof launching towers, incomplete flags (repaired), damaged escaping stairs, all videos (exterior destruction, shocks seen in the streets when hit, terrorist security checks, the Pentagon was hit, people jumping from the building.), the remains of victims and rescuers, the victims were given at the last moment. Information and voice of relatives, identification and voice of terrorists. Many, many. Because many venues are prohibited from taking pictures, only allowed to take pictures can be shared here. The Memorial uses the poems of the ancient Roman poet Virgil to show the world: "No day will erase your memory of time".
This is an exhibition hall built at the site where the incident happened that year. There are not only many original scenes, but also many debris and the remains of the victims. The most touching stories are those about the buildings and characters that happened that day, which were told to the audience through images, pictures and recordings.
Like other comments, this is a real pain. The pool was surrounded by the names of the victims, and the underground museums were filled with ruins and relics from the collapse, all carefully protected. There are news videos of the time and pictures of Gemini stars in the exhibition hall. Some of the core areas of the exhibition hall are not allowed to take photos in order to respect the lost lives. Every pain means every growth, and the one world trade center next to it has risen high, and several new world trade centers are still standing in the blue sky and white clouds. Because of suffering, so strong. Because of hope, so tenacious rebirth.
Since its opening on April 4, 1973, the towering towers of the World Trade Center have become the landmarks of New York "North Tower" and "South Tower" at that time, the tallest buildings in the world surpassed those of the Empire State Building. After the terrorist attacks on the twin towers on September 11, 2001, more than 3,000 elite survivors were unfortunately destroyed and the World Trade Center was destroyed. Many controversies over who owns the site and what to build here have delayed the reconstruction for many years. The final planning decision was to build a memorial in the place where the twin towers were and six new skyscrapers around them. Two years ago, when we visited the entrance around 6 p.m., or was it the entrance of the director of the Dragon who was fortunate to have the VIP from his daughter, we quickly got involved. Through security inspection, we visited the whole Memorial Hall in a very solemn and magnificent picture. The broken walls, broken cars and broken flags seemed to restore the scene of the disaster. We could not help but lament the small life of the world and mourn for the dead. We sincerely hope that there will be no more war and peace in the future.
New York is one of the largest cities in the world. In the 21st century, it has also suffered the most. On September 11, 2001, his Gemini constellation, together with more than 3,000 elites, disappeared. Coming to the 911 Memorial Base is more about the past with a sense of respect and nostalgia. Seeing groups of children coming in and visiting the memorial hall, I think we should keep telling the next generation all these things, keep people on guard, and let the harm of terrorism to the world end at an early date.