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Eleventh anniversary of 9/11

Photos: Changes to the New York City skyline

These photographs and artist renderings depict the changes in New York City's skyline before and after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Scroll down to see how the devastating attacks have transformed the cityscape. To see more photos of the evolution of ground zero click here.
A view from Jersey City, N.J., of the Manhattan skyline with the twin towers in March 2000. (Mark Lennihan/AP photo) A view from Jersey City, N.J., of the Manhattan skyline with the twin towers in March 2000.
The New York City skyline as seen from Jersey City, N.J., without the twin towers on Sept. 12, 2001. (Keith Meyers/The New York Times) The New York City skyline as seen from Jersey City, N.J., without the twin towers on Sept. 12, 2001.
An artist rendering shows the future Manhattan skyline from the Hudson River as proposed after the construction of One World Trade Center (formerly known as the Freedom Tower) and other World Trade Center buildings. (Getty Images) An artist rendering shows the future Manhattan skyline from the Hudson River as proposed after the construction of One World Trade Center (formerly known as the Freedom Tower) and other World Trade Center buildings.
An artist rendering of the future Manhattan skyline at night. (Getty Images) An artist rendering of the future Manhattan skyline at night.
One World Trade Center has reached 104 floors as pictured in this photograph from Sept. 6. (Mark Lennihan/AP) One World Trade Center has reached 104 floors as pictured in this photograph from Sept. 6.