about Boston Logan International Airport 9/11 Memorial:
The memorial, called The Place of Remembrance, is a place of reflection and remembrance for those affected by the events of September 11, 2001. Visitors follow one of two winding walkways that symbolize the flight patterns of American Airlines 11 and United Airlines 175. The path passes through a grove of Ginkgo trees that become more densely planted near memorial to simulate how individuals came together, finding strength in the support and help of others. The memorial site is anchored by a large glass sculpture that encases two glass panels etched with the names of the passengers and crew of each flight and the time each plane departed from Boston Logan. The memorial was designed by Boston architectural firm Moskow Linn Architects.
Adjacent to the Hilton Boston Logan Airport hotel.
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