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World Trade Center

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Soaring above the city at 1,776 feet, One World Trade Center is America's tallest building - and an indelible New York landmark. The 2.6-million-square-foot building includes office space, an observation deck, world-class restaurants, and broadcast and antennae facilities.
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Marc
Marc
October 5, 2019
Moving tribute to 911
Jamie
Jamie
January 18, 2020
As most people know, this is one of the most famous and popular place to visit. Here we visit the brave and the fallen from the 9/11 attack. It is a very emotional and beautiful place! You must visit this place! Also you can get deals from Groupon!
Andres
Andres
November 13, 2019
Go straight to the top !
Amanda
Amanda
March 22, 2020
I worked here prior to the Trades falling and after it was rebuilt so I always come back just to cop a squat and appreciate the beautiful memorial.
Davica
Davica
February 24, 2020
So much to see ! Views that make you feel like your on top of the world! General admission ~$35.usd
Renee
Renee
July 5, 2019
It has the best City night view. You won’t disappointed.
Arlene
Arlene
October 31, 2019
We will never forget those who died. And the heroes who sacrifice their lives to save others.
Darwin
Darwin
December 30, 2019
awesome place in the city, the tour is very good

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