Stunning time-lapse shows 9/11 museum construction

Stunning time-lapse shows 9/11 museum construction

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A stunning new time-lapse video shows the construction of the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

EarthCam CEO Brian Cury and his team set up a number of webcams around the site of the World Trade Center following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Mashable reports the video took tens year and one million images to create.

Can't see the video? Watch it here.

"I am so proud to work with, spent countless hours keeping the many webcams at the World Trade Center active for 4,617 days... and counting," Cury said in a statement on YouTube.

The National Sept. 11 Memorial Museum was dedicated on Thursday. In a poignant ceremony, President Barack Obama said it's a symbol of America that says: "Nothing can ever break us."

Many in the audience wiped away tears during the ceremony, which revisited both the horror and the heroism of 9/11.
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