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PHOTOS: 9/11 memorial opens in NYC

PHOTOS: 9/11 memorial opens in NYC

NEVER FORGET:Members of the general public are reflected in the glass facade of the 9/11 Memorial Museum pavilion during the dedication ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York on Thursday, May 15. Photo: Associated Press/Anthony Behar

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