Freedom Tower

Some articles on freedom tower, tower, freedom:

Freedom Tower (Miami) - Gallery
... Miami Freedom Tower's cupola Westside - Backside April 2007 From the Port Bridge Looking West, notice Miami Arena in background before demolition 09-05-2010 ...
National Collector's Mint - Controversy
... for engaging in false advertising and deceptive business practices when issuing their Freedom Tower Silver Dollar coins ... Sales of the Freedom Tower Silver Dollar coins were halted by a court order in October 2004 at the request then New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer ... Current ads for the new Freedom Tower coins indicate the actual silver weight (45 mg, or 0.00145 troy oz.) rather than the thickness of silver in mils used ...
Freedom Tower (disambiguation)
... Freedom Tower is a former name of One World Trade Center, a building under construction in New York City ... Freedom Tower may also refer to Freedom Tower (Miami) Azadi Tower, a building in Tehran, Iran of the same translated name ...
Anıtkabir - Towers, Statues, Museum - Freedom Tower
... The relief inside the Freedom Tower shows a figure of an angel holding a sheet of paper and a rearing horse next to it ... The angel figure symbolizes the holiness of freedom and the sheet of paper symbolizes the Turkish Declaration of Freedom ... The horse figure is a symbol of both freedom and independence ...

Famous quotes containing the words tower and/or freedom:

    All over France, in every city there stand cathedrals like this one, triumphant monuments of the past. They tower over the homes of our people like mighty guardians, keeping alive the invincible faith of the Christian. Every arch, every column, every statue is a carved leaf out of our history, a book in stone, glorifying the spirit of France.
    Sonya Levien (1895–1960)

    It is not enough that France should be regarded as a country which enjoys the remains of a freedom acquired long ago. If she is still to count in the world—and if she does not intend to, she may as well perish—she must be seen by her own citizens and by all men as an ever-flowing source of liberty. There must not be a single genuine lover of freedom in the whole world who can have a valid reason for hating France.
    Simone Weil (1909–1943)