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From the nearby World Financial Center, one can see ground zero and the cavities left in Lower Manhattan by the towers destroyed Sept. 11, 2001. Construction workers are making progress on 1 World Trade Center, the largest of four towers planned as part of the $18.7 billion ground zero project. (Andrew Harnick/The Washington Times)

From the nearby World Financial Center, one can see ground zero and the cavities left in Lower Manhattan by the towers destroyed Sept. 11, 2001. Construction workers are making progress on 1 World Trade Center, the largest of four towers planned as part of the $18.7 billion ground zero project. (Andrew Harnick/The Washington Times)

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