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New York Stock Exchange

The New York Stock Exchange is an icon of commerce and capitalism. Synonymous with Wall Street, it’s the world’s largest stock exchange. It’s been closed to visitors since 9/11, but the impressive building’s Roman temple design makes an ... 

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Spirtual Tour of 9/11

November 2013

My husband and myself were touring the 9/11 memorial with our son, who is a medical student at New York University. This memorial was a very moving experience.

Sobering experence

September 2015

A picture of one the damaged fire and ladder trucks, very chilling experence

The famous bull of Wall St.

August 2015

My son who would like to work on Wall Street someday!

Wall Street

August 2015

Tai T
United States of America

I am

In remembrance...

July 2015

Dacz B
United Arab Emirates

The most gripping and emotional walking tour we had in New York.

Birthday Rose

June 2015

A gripping example of how we will never forget - the birthday of each victim of the 9/11 attack is commemorated by the placing of a rose on their name at 6:00am.

Happy Birthday Nancy

December 2014

All Birthdays symbolized by a white rose. Beautiful.

Tom at Work

September 2014

Tom points out the damage left from the Wall Street bombing of 16 September 1920--almost exactly 94 years from the day of our tour.

Trade Center 1

July 2014

Quite a sight in the morning.

The beginning of our tour, a quiet place to start.

June 2014

St. Paul's Chapel… looking up, always looking up.

Pieces of our lives, saved.

June 2014

Inside the museum, with the ruins.

Sky high… standing tall and proud

June 2014

We were approaching the 911 site.

At the Memorial

May 2014

This is my Wife LeAnn and our Daughter Marlee in front of the 9/11 Memorial.

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