New Jersey's 9-11 Memorial "Empty Sky"

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2011-10-11

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Close by is the "Empty Sky" 9/11 Memorial, the official State of New Jersey's Memorial that honors the memory of the 749 people that lived in or had ties to New Jersey that lost their lives at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The brushed stainless steel twin walls are 210 feet long, the width of each side of the World Trade Center Towers. The individuals' names (4 inches tall) are within reach and are engraved deep enough for hand rubbing.

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911 Memorial, New Jersey's 911 Memorial, Liberty State Park, State Park, New Jersey State Park, Jersey City, Hudson County, Gateway, Statue of LIberty, Ellis Island, New Jersey, Jersey, NJ, The Garden State

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