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The term “ground zero” is used to describe the place where an explosion took place. However, since September 11, 2001, it is mostly associated with the attacks that caused the collapse of the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York.

Following the disaster, the city is gradually licking its wounds. The rubble is being removed and the future is being considered. On April 27, 2006, work began on the future One World Trade Center, the tower that will be built near the site of the Twin Towers, at an altitude of 546.2 meters, higher than any other building in New York. On the site of the attack, the city inaugurates a memorial on September 11, 2011. A monument consisting of two large fountains the size of the Twin Towers around which are the names of the victims. Also evoking the attack of 1993, the National Museum of September 11, meanwhile, opens its doors on May 15, 2014. A site near which is Liberty Park where The Sphere, the sculpture by Fritz Koening that once stood at the foot of the towers and was found in the rubble, was deposited…

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LONDON map of 100 cult places (French Edition)

The London Fantrippers map, an original way to discover the British capital! Through 100 pop culture places, walk through its streets from another angle. Movies, TV shows, music, comics and novels, will allow you to spend a pleasant moment in the World City. With a folded format of 10 x 18 cm and an unfolded format of 60 x 54 cm, it slips easily into your pocket or your bag for easy reference.

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