..vielleicht lohnt es sich ja auch für immer arm zu sein.

..vielleicht lohnt es sich ja auch für immer arm zu sein.

The biggest building I've ever seen! One World Trade Center, New York City, USA

The biggest building I've ever seen! One World Trade Center, New York City, USA

World Trade Center. Never Forget...I will never be able to show these to you in person, it is sad that they were taken away from us, but an important memory none-the-less

World Trade Center. Never Forget...I will never be able to show these to you in person, it is sad that they were taken away from us, but an important memory none-the-less

One World Trade Center, New York City, USA

One World Trade Center, New York City, USA

It opened in New York, the first building of the World Trade Center: One World Trade Center

It opened in New York, the first building of the World Trade Center: One World Trade Center

Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade Center & Beekman Tower - New York City | US

Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade Center & Beekman Tower - New York City | US

Galeria de Novidades no One World Trade / Nova York - Estados Unidos - 5

Galeria de Novidades no One World Trade / Nova York - Estados Unidos - 5

World Trade Center, 1973-2001  Visited NYC in March '96; went to the top of World Trade Center 2.  Stayed in the Marriott World Trade Center which was at the bottom of the twin towers.  Hard to believe they are no longer there!

World Trade Center, 1973-2001 Visited NYC in March '96; went to the top of World Trade Center 2. Stayed in the Marriott World Trade Center which was at the bottom of the twin towers. Hard to believe they are no longer there!

One World Trade Center @Jose Gutierrez Gutierrez B. Liz, @Ida Ristner Isaksson Gomes- McDougal

One World Trade Center @Jose Gutierrez Gutierrez B. Liz, @Ida Ristner Isaksson Gomes- McDougal

Twin Towers. World Trade Center, New York City. Minoru Yamaski, Architect. Construction on Tower 1 began in August, 1968 and January, 1969 on Tower 2. Both were opened on April 4, 1973.

Twin Towers. World Trade Center, New York City. Minoru Yamaski, Architect. Construction on Tower 1 began in August, 1968 and January, 1969 on Tower 2. Both were opened on April 4, 1973.

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