Early skyscrapers introduced New Yorkers to the novelty and thrill of being hundreds and thousands of feet in the air.
It's been 25 years since the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing, when a rental van carrying a 1,200-pound bomb detonated below the World Trade Center.
Passengers arriving to the WTC via subway walk through the last remnants of the original World Trade Center subway concourse from the 1970s.
This morning, New Yorkers got a first glimpse at the 25-ton, bronze Koenig Sphere, which returned to the World Trade Center’s Liberty Park in August 2017.
In his new book, "WTC", photographer Brian Rose documents the prominence (and later, absence) of the World Trade Center, as well as the rebuilding of the site.
There are few spaces in this world that invoke feelings which cannot be described in words. Deep down in the bedrock of lower Manhattan, the National 9/11 museum is one such space.