World Trade Center
The World Trade Center or WTC was a complex of seven buildings with a total floor area of 1.24 million m² located in the financial heart of New York. The WTC was famous for its two 110 story towers the North Tower and the South Tower (the Twin Towers). The two towers has a height of 417 meters. The World Trade Center was an undeniable part of New York and was seen around the world as a symbol of the United States.
The Complex was taken on February 13, 2001, by a fire and on February 26, 1993 by a bomb attack. Eventually, the buildings destroyed on September 11, 2001 when terrorist with 2 planes flew into the Twin Towers.
The National September 11 Memorail & Museum was built on the site of the original towers. Next to the Museum was built the One World Trade Center; a new tower, which was commissioned in late 2014.