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"The Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero" (2011) is a documentary mini-series about rebuilding the site of New York City's World Trade Center which had been destroyed 10 years earlier. The construction was based on an architectural plan developed in 2003. The documentary covers such matters as ensuring the security of the new buildings, the impacts on local businesses, and a memorial to the victims of the 9/11 attacks.
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Steven Spielberg's honors the victims of 9/11, with the reveal of a new memorial commemorating the names of the thousands we lost and will never forget. After ten long years, their families will finally have a proper place to mourn.
Producer Steven Spielberg presents the story of New York's new iconic train station that once lay beneath the hallowed ground of theTwin Towers.
Steven Spielberg presents the National 9/11 museum, using remnants and items to tell the tragedy of that fateful day.
Producer Steven Spielberg presents the new World Trade Center, a symbol of America's response to 9/11.
Watch the season premiere of The Rising: Rebuiling Ground Zero. Directed by Steven Spielberg, the story of how America is rebuilding a 16 acre plot in lower Manhattan, and healing a nation in the process. The new World Trade Center will be a symbol of America's response to the 9/11 attacks.
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It's a moment that was as stirring as it was heart-wrenching. During a Sunday morning ceremony honoring the nearly 3,000 lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, Paul Simon and his guitar created what deserves to become an iconic musical moment. Simon performed a haunting rendition of "The Sound of Silence." Watch it here.
Tonight, the Discovery Channel airs "The Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero" at 5 p.m. E/P. The documentary chronicles transforming the place where the once-iconic World Trade Center stood - and on September 11, 2001, fell - into a 16-acre complex that memorializes what every American lost that day, and has fought to regain since.