9/11 memorial and museum
After a couple years the people in America decided to build a museum with all the memories, pictures, debris etc. off 9/11. The museum is called the 9/11 memorial and opened at May 15, 2014. The people also decided to build a 9/11 memorial. There are 2 reflecting pools were the Twin Towers used to be. The names of every person who died on 9 Septembre are inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial pools. Three months after its opening, the memorial has been visited by over a million people.
One World Trade Center
On April 27 they started to build a new tower, called the One World Trade Center, or the Freedom Tower. The architect of the building is David Childs. The building is 541 meters tall and 104 floors high. It is the tallest building in New York and also the sixth-tallest building in the whole world. The building opened on November 3, 2014 and now, on the 100th floor, there is an observation deck for visitors. If you visit the observation deck you first got to see and hear videos en audios of people who are telling their stories of 9/11 and mostly how they lost someone. When you are at the top you got to see a video of New York, when the video is finished the walls slide open and you got to see an amazing view of New York which is very inspiring and emotional. Than you can walk further and you got to see a almost 360 degrees view of the skyline. Also called: see forever.
Central park is the biggest park in Manhattan. It runs from 59th to 110th Street and it is artificial applied, with here and there some untouched ground. The park has more than 35 million visitors every year. The park has also a lot of sights and activities, there is always something to do. For example: The Great Lawn, it is the biggest field in the park. Also there are The Strawberry Fields, in 1980 was John Lennon shot for his house nearby Central Park. After his death were the Strawberry Fields designed, at the place where John Lennon prefers to come as a symbol of peace: in Central Park. There are many more sights and activities but there are too many to tell.