It’s now been 20 years since the attacks on the free world – The #TwinTower #lights at the 9/11 #memorial in downtown #Manhattan, #NewYork remind us to #NeverForget what happened. A powerful and unique symbol to show that this amazing city can rise up from the ashes of a tragedy.
The view on #downtown #Manhattan from Ellis Island – the very place where most of the people immigrating back in the days stepped foot onto the new world, to build a better life for themselves and their families. We are always at our best when we are open to new ideas, thoughts and accepting of people from different cultures – and this amazing #city of #NewYork always stood for that!
The #Statue of #Liberty with #skyscrapers of #Manhattan in the background – It is always inspiring to see this monument of #freedom and liberty, that symbolizes new beginnings in a free world. Miss liberty is one of the most #iconic #symbols of #NewYorkCity – an amazing melting pot of so many people from different countries and cultures!
Brookfield Place is one of the famous #shopping #malls in #downtown #Manhattan with an amazing interior architecture – Right across from the 9/11 Memorial you will find Brookfield Place at the waterfront of the Hudson river, with a beautiful mixture of glass ceilings, marble floors and a selection of palm trees inside the main atrium. Definitely worth a visit when you’re in the area!
The view on #JerseyCity from the #OneWorldTradeCenter in #Manhattan, #NY at #sunset – It is nothing short of breathtaking to watch the sunsets from the top of #NewYork’s iconic #skyscrapers! This time I was able to get a good glance on the lights of Jersey City’s #waterfront from the top of the One World Trade Center, from #PaulusHook down to #EllisIsland. Watching the sunset from the rooftops of #NYC’s high-rise building is a must-do when you get to spend some time in the city!