Daily Question – 93

What is this a memorial to?

It is a memorial dedicated to the memory of the passengers and crew members aboard the two airplanes involved in the 9/11 disaster. It is situated outside Boston’s Logan International Airport.

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14 thoughts on “Daily Question – 93

  1. Sept. 11 memorial at Logan airport in Boston to mark the place where the two hijacked planes that brought down New York’s twin towers took off.

  2. Dear Uncle:

    This is a 9/11 memorial outside Boston’s Logan airport, in memory of the passengers who took off from this airport and died in the 9/11 attacks.

    Kind regards,
    Thomas Masun

  3. Dear Annachi,

    Whattisdhis? I have rarely seen an easier question to answer. This is like the kuss caamptisuns we used to have in my school days.

    This is a memorial at Boston’s Logan airport built as a memorial for passengers of the ill-fated 9/11 planes which took off from there. As expected, the architects have symbolism for everything from the path leading to it, to the composition of glass used, to the shape of blades of grass at specified distance from said memorial etc.

  4. That’s the 9/11 memorial in Boston – that commemorates the two planes that took off from there and which were later hijacked and used to bring down the WTC towers in NYC..

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