Ghosts of 9/11: What Iconic Locations From That Morning Look Like Then & Now

15 years ago, the United States was attacked.

One year ago this week, IJR returned to the iconic locations of that horrific day, to show what the streets of lower Manhattan look like today, compared to September 11th, 2001.

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One World Trade Center

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St. Paul’s Church

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St. Paul’s Chapel – Broadway St.

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Greenwich & Carlisle St.

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Brooks Brothers – Church St.

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Brookfield Place

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North Cove Yacht Harbor

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Warren & Greenwich St.

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W. Broadway

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North Tower

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South Tower

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