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The rise of freedom now our cameras have been following the rebuilding the World Trade Center site for many months.
And nearly ten years after the deadly attacks the questions still comes up again and again where were you on 9/11.
For those who actually smelled the smoke and saw the flames in person that question.
Is particularly poignant.
Survivors running for their lives after the attack on the Twin Towers yeah.
Thousands taking refuge in the Battery Park on the tip of Manhattan overlooking the statue of liberty.
To date that same park home to a public or project that pays tribute to everyone who lived to tell about that day.
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Had the absence of the -- -- it's kind of like the ghost of -- Paris yet.
An artist creating a mural of hand drawn cards.
Each one telling a different story.
My wife missed it by fifteen minutes all we could see was flames ten years and my tears are still falling.
The collection put together by the tribute WTC visitors center.
That's a ground zero museum dedicated to the person to person history of nine elevenths.
Found that -- -- very great New Yorkers who want to come into the museum.
That tells stories on eleven.
So volunteers hit the streets asking New Yorkers to jot down their memories.
Remember the smoke in this well and the plane coming up out of the ground.
9/11 time that the suffering.
But a time of national regroup.
This woman came down as best so -- To be able to write something her final line that CNN.
Now with -- extraction.
Of one World Trade Center and we finally seeing you live downtown and -- -- hives.
The history project on display outside today only but the entire thing will remain in the tribute center's permanent archives for generations to come.
Another story on the rise of freedom next week on fox report you can see the entire series on our website foxnews.com.
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