World Trade Center, New York City
Cascade pools named
Reflecting Absence by architect Michael Arad are located on the footprints of the original World Trade Center towers, June 2012.
Victims' names surround the pools.
Closer view of one of the waterfalls.
Somerset County, Pennsylvania near Shanksville
Black granite Memorial Plaza and white marble Wall of Names, May 2012.
The white marble Wall of Names, September 2011.
Temporary memorial, July 2006.
Benches showing names of passengers and crew, July 2006.
Bronze plaque of names of passengers and crew.
Location: St. George Esplanade,
Staten Island, New York
Two 30 feet (9.1 m) tall white marble wing sculptures represent large
Postcards from the 274 Staten Island victims to loved ones, May 2006.
Side view along the riverfront, May 2012.
View toward the World Trade Center, May 2012.
Location: Kensico Dam Plaza,
Valhalla, Westchester County, New York
The memorial is constructed of 109 steel rods, one for each of the Westchester County victims.
The Rising - skyward view from base.
Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey
Artist's rendering of
Empty Sky, the official New Jersey 9/11 memorial to the state's 746 victims, dedicated on Saturday, September 10, 2011.
Another artistic rendering. Parallel walls engraved with the names of victims are oriented to face the Twin Towers site.
Location: Hudson River Walk, Weehawken, New Jersey
Two trident-shaped base supports from the Twin Towers, April 2012.
Location: projected from the ProPublica office on One Exchange Plaza in
From Jersey City, New Jersey, September 11, 2006.
The lights being projected from the ProPublica office on September 11, 2009.
From New Jersey, September 11, 2009.
From New Jersey, September 11, 2010.
Artist's rendering of the memorial. 184 illuminated benches with one name on each have been arranged according to the victim's ages, from 3 to 71. Dedicated and opened to the public on September 11, 2008.
Memorial under construction, September 2007.
Aerial view of Pentagon Memorial, August 2010.
184 beams of light to commemorate each life lost at the Pentagon were projected from the center courtyard, September 2006.
On the 5th anniversary in September 2006.
On each anniversary, blue lights illuminate the wall hit during the attack and a large flag is draped down the wall, September 2007.