One World Trade Center Spire Raising: Photos Of Nearly Completed WTC From Many Perspectives [PHOTOS]

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People all over New York City and the world watched from the streets, rooftops, offices  and live streams to see the raising of the spire to the top of One World Trade Center. As the spire rose, photos emerged from Twitter users all over New York, looking to share this pride-filled experience. News agencies in New York live-streamed the event and captured the event in photos and video. Take a look at the many perspectives of this historic event.

One World Trade Center Spire Raising Workers affix a U.S. flag to the base of the final piece of a spire before it is lifted to the top of One World Trade Center in New York City.
One World Trade Center Spire Raising Workers affix a U.S. flag to the base of the final piece of a spire before it is lifted to the top of One World Trade Center in New York City.

One World Trade Center Spire Raising Iron workers photograph a crane lifting the final piece of a spire to the top of One World Trade Center in New York City.

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One World Trade Center Spire Raising The final section of the spire that will top off One World Trade Center is raised to the top of the building in New York City.

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