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A Rainbow fell on One World Trade Center the day before Sept. 11.
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On the night before Sept. 11, people in Manhattan were treated to a remarkable sight. A vibrant rainbow landed directly on One World Trade Center, creating a beautiful picture as our nation prepares to remember the tragic events of 2001.

NBC Nightly News posted the picture on their Facebook page to commemorate the event.

On the eve of the 14th anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks, a rainbow appeared to emerge from One World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan.
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