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Today is September 11, 2020, 19 years after the NY Twin Towers attack,
I came here to show you some photos I took at the Memorial in New York City and I will soon make a video for anyone who has plans to visit the city one day. If you have any doubts write down here in the comments that I will help you in what you need!
They say the museum is always packed, I went at Christmas time and we were able to walk smoothly, without any crowds. That was before the pandemic, they will certainly have new rules from now on, but the place is wide.
The museum is located in the basement, it is a very well organized place and to enter there you cannot take suitcases or wheeled backpacks, these things. Very large bags are also not allowed.
The atmosphere is very sad, I confess that I was unable to take many photos, it is a place for you to reflect, almost 3 thousand people lost their lives in this attack, so imagine what this museum is like, you will find firefighter helmets among other objects, like this car rescue that I photographed below
Stair fragment of one of the buildings
There is a section that keeps everything that they managed to recover from the victims. There are pieces of shoes, badges, money, wallets, glasses, clothes, photographs and many other objects, it is not allowed to film or photograph inside.
As I am in love in this city, this subject saddens me a lot, I wrote less than I wanted, then I come back to answer your questions … Do not forget to visit this place.
The 9/11 Museum is located in the World Trade Center complex in southern Manhattan and is easily accessible by subway. Use the E – Blue line and get off at the World Trade Center Station | Fulton Street.
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