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In pics: One World Trade Center reopens

The silvery skyscraper that rose from the ashes of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks to become a symbol of American resilience has opened for business, as 175 employees of the magazine publishing giant Conde Nast settled into their first day of work there.

world Updated: Nov 04, 2014 22:22 IST

The silvery skyscraper that rose from the ashes of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks to become a symbol of American resilience has opened for business, as 175 employees of the magazine publishing giant Conde Nast settled into their first day of work there.

The opening of the country's tallest building on Monday, One World Trade Center, marked a symbolic return to a sense of normalcy for the site where the twin towers fell more than 13 years ago.

Employees stand in the lobby of the main entrance to the One World Trade Center tower in New York. The 104-story skyscraper built after 9/11 as the Freedom Tower but now simply called One World Trade Center welcomed publishing giant Conde Nast as its first tenant on Monday. (Reuters)
Members of the media try to interview employees as they enter One World Trade Center in New York. (AFP photo)
The sun rises next to One World Trade Center in this view from Jersey City, New Jersey. (AP photo)
A street level view of the One World Trade Center tower in New York. (Reuters)
People walk past One World Trade Center, which opened on November 3, 2014 in New York City. (AFP photo)
A man enters One World Trade Center in New York. (AFP photo)
People gather in the lobby of One World Trade Center in New York thirteen years after the September 11 terrorist attack. (AP photo)
Developer Douglas Durst speaks at a press conference announcing the opening of One World Trade Center on November 3, 2014 in New York City. (AFP photo)
Members of the media explore a model office, used to exhibit what a business space could look like on the 63rd floor of One World Trade Center, which opened for business in New York City. (AFP photo)
As a security guard looks on, employees chat inside One World Trade Center in New York. (AFP photo)