Later it was relocated to the Memorial, where it is considered to be an important part of the general design and its overall message.
The parapet of Memorial pools has 76 bronze plates attached to it, having the names of all the victims of September 11 terrorist act, plus the names of six people killed in 1993 World Trade Center bombing, thus ensuring that this tragedy will never be forgotten.
At the moment it was badly burned and barely alive.
Although nobody really believed that it was going to survive, it was replanted in a Bronx nursery and, to universal surprise, showed the signs of new growth the next spring.
It was surrounded with new care as an important symbol of hope, preservation of life and rebirth.
It, however, wasn’t the end of the tree’s misfortunes – in 2010 it was uprooted by a storm and replanted again – true to its name, it stubbornly refused to die the second time.Its exhibits cover the tragedy in its entirety: there are various parts of the original buildings, damaged and destroyed vehicles that surrounded the World Trade Center at the moment of attack, photographs of wreckage and destruction, phone calls of victims and members of rescue force, recordings of their memories and so on.Despite the topic covered by the exhibition being not a little grim, all possible efforts were made to keep it from being traumatizing, especially for people directly connected to the tragedy.We could just call it, "the terrorist attack on the world trade center" or "the terrorist attack against the pentagon".However, this would take away from the magnitude of this outlandish event.Calling 9/11 by its date seems appropriate because it emphasizes that it was out-of-the-blue.Another reason we call it 9/11 is that the attacks happened in two different places at the same time.Ask them to write a short essay, journal entry, poem, or even a list about the events of September 11, 2001.Here are a few writing prompts about 9/11 to get them started.All in all, 9/11 Memorial fully corresponds to the importance of the event it is commemorating – the most horrific and gruesome tragedy in the entire American history is marked by the most impressive and imposing monument in the country.September eleventh isn't just the day after September tenth.