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Battery Park - Remains of The Sphere by Fritz Koenig from World Trade Center - New York, NY

Battery Park - Remains of The Sphere by Fritz Koenig from World Trade Center - New York, NY

"The Bell of Hope" A gift from the City of LONDON, England to New Yorkers commemorating 9/11. The churchyard of St. Paul's Chapel in the shadow of the World Trade Center, New York City. "To the greater glory of God and in recognition of the enduring links between the City of London and the City of New York. Forged in adversity - September 11, 2001." (December 17, 2012)

"The Bell of Hope" A gift from the City of LONDON, England to New Yorkers commemorating 9/11. The churchyard of St. Paul's Chapel in the shadow of the World Trade Center, New York City. "To the greater glory of God and in recognition of the enduring links between the City of London and the City of New York. Forged in adversity - September 11, 2001." (December 17, 2012)

The Plaza and "Sphere" by Fritz Koenig, between the Twin Towers in the World Trade Center, New York City.

The Plaza and "Sphere" by Fritz Koenig, between the Twin Towers in the World Trade Center, New York City.

pictures of the interior of the old world trade center | ... will show you the reason why I liked the original World Trade Center

pictures of the interior of the old world trade center | ... will show you the reason why I liked the original World Trade Center

I just stood there in disbelief that this was the same sphere!! Currently in Battery Park, this sphere once sat in the plaza between the World Trade Centers.

Lower  Manhattan - "The Sphere" AFTER 9/11 -This sculpture, conceived by the artist Fritz Koenig to represent world peace, stood in the plaza between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. It survived the destruction of the towers and now, damaged, stands in Battery Park in lower Manhattan. Battered, still standing.

Lower Manhattan - "The Sphere" AFTER 9/11 -This sculpture, conceived by the artist Fritz Koenig to represent world peace, stood in the plaza between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. It survived the destruction of the towers and now, damaged, stands in Battery Park in lower Manhattan. Battered, still standing.

Statue of Liberty Between Twin Towers, World Trade Center at Twilight, New York City, New Jersey, New York, designed Minoru Yamasaki

Statue of Liberty Between Twin Towers, World Trade Center at Twilight, New York City, New Jersey, New York, designed Minoru Yamasaki

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