22 most impressive monument to the victims of the terrorist attacks September 11, 2001
In New York, after 15 years since the September 11 attacks, people come to the memorial, located on the site of the destroyed World Trade Center towers. However, there are other, no less impressive memorials memory 3 thousand people who died in the terrorist attacks on the United States.
Monument "Tear of Grief" Zurab Tsereteli, NJ
Russian gift in 2006.
National September 11 Memorial & Museum, New York
The complex is located on the site of the destroyed in 2001, the World Trade Center towers.
Pentagon Memorial, Arlington, Virginia
184 dedicated men and women who died during the September 11 attacks, when American Airlines' plane crashed into the Pentagon.
"Collective Memory", Bryant Park, Manhattan
By the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks artist Sheryl Oring established in Bryant Park 2753 chair in memory of the victims of those events.
"Reflection", Rosemead, CA
Heath Setoua sculpture created from 2976 steel blue, symbolizing the victims, and one of the beams of the destroyed World Trade Center.
The National Memorial Flight 93 Shanksville, Pennsylvania
Memorial dedicated to the 40 passengers of flight 93, which prevented the terrorists who hijacked a plane to reach its goal.
Memorial to the victims of 9/11, a casino "New York, New York" Las Vegas, NV
Unfortunately, due to the expansion of the entertainment complex, this memorial was demolished.
"The root of the Trinity" Trinity Church, New York
September 11, 2001, during the collapse of one of the towers, a huge beam had fallen just in the churchyard. The building was not damaged at all. But the beam hit the tree. The blow was so strong that a huge plane tree torn up from the ground by the roots. And then everyone realized that there was a miracle: a tree fell, so that no one suffered any grave and the chapel crashed none of stained glass. In 2003, the artist Steve Tobin, inspired by this story, found the remains of a monument sycamore: cast in bronze, a replica of the stump and roots.
Memorial to the victims of 9/11, the Public Garden, Boston, MA
Both aircraft hijacked by terrorists, as we all know, took off from Boston's Logan International Airport.
Memorial to Logan Airport, Boston,
On the plaques written lists of passengers of Flight 175 United Airlines and American Airlines Flight 11, September 11, 2001.
"Courage, loyalty, dedication," Grapevine, Texas
Monument to firefighters who died September 11, 2001.
Memorial at the firehouse Frank Hotchkin Memorial Training Center, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and the fire chief of the Ralph Terrazas at the opening of the memorial to the victims of the terrorist attacks September 11, 2001.
"Memory and light", Padua, Italy
Author - sculptor and architect Daniel Libeskind, who developed the concept of a memorial in New York at the World Trade Center site. one of the beams of the destroyed World Trade Center is installed in the structure.
"On 9/11," Olympic Park Elizabeth II, the London, United Kingdom
Memorial work of American artist Mia Ando created from the twisted beams of the WTC.
Memorial New York City Fire Department
New York City Fire Department lost as a result of the September 11 attacks about 350 people.
"Empty Sky", Jersey City, NJ
Memorial consists of two steel walls that symbolize the fallen Twin Towers. On the inner side walls are engraved the names of 746 victims in 2001, the people of New Jersey.
"Postcards" Staten Island, New York
Monument Japanese architect Masayuki Sono is dedicated to the memory of killed 274 residents of Staten Island.
Memorial to firefighters Engine 54 and Ladder 4, New York
A memorial plaque at the Headquarters of the Fire Department of New York, Brooklyn, New York
"Memorial Garden", London, United Kingdom
"Memorial garden" was established in London in 2003. It is written on wooden pillars: "Woe - the price we pay for love."
"Tribute in Light", New York
Light installation at the site World Trade Center site, constructed of upwardly 88 projectors that create two powerful beams of light.
Memorial to victims of the Sept. 11 attacks, Ramot, Jerusalem
Obelisk represents an American flag waving and rolling in of flame at the end. The flag is present based molten metal piece from the WTC.