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Set in the Liberty State Park in Jersey City near the historic Central Railroad Terminal of New Jersey, Empty Sky 9/11 memorial honours the memory of 749 people from New Jersey that lost their lives at the World Trade Centre havoc on September 11, 2001. The memorial was installed on September 11, 2011 on the 10th-year anniversary of the incidence.
The memorial has names of the individuals engraved on the twin brushed stainless steel walls. The walls rise 30 feet and have a 12-foot wide path in bluestone between them.
A few moments of peace at the memorial will leave you touched.
This is a beautiful memorial dedicated to the people that lost lives on 9/11. It's part of a huge park and you can see the NYC skyline from here.
This spot has the best view of lower Manhattan. Day or night. It is also located at one end of the Freedom Way promenade so you can have a beautiful walk along the water as well.
Beautiful architecture, a peaceful place where love ones can reminisce on beautiful memories.❤️️❤️️❤️️
Love this park. Fantastic view, breathtaking and pet friendly.
It is beautiful there. Go there at lesst twice: durimg the day and then at night. Stop by and contemplate at the "Empty Skies" monument. Sneak a peek through windows/fences in the old station to "travel in time". The paved walkways let you stroll near the river to see the amazing views of NJ, New York City or the Statue of the Liberty. Look at the boats sail on the river. Then sit down and people watch. Nearby is also a park and a Science Center...