Hollywood Man Creates Makeshift 9/11 Memorial in His Front Yard

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, artist Shaya Gutleizer built an 8-foot-tall copy of the “Twin Towers” and a “Flag of Heroes.”

Honouring the heroes who gave their lives to save others. He claims he was prevented from visiting New York last year because to the pandemic, which is why he decided to build the tribute.

Hollywood Man Creates Makeshift 9/11 Memorial in His Front Yard

To ensure that people have a location to pay their respects, I decided that we should construct one at the very least this year. They can grieve as a group and do whatever makes them happy,” Gutliezer remarked.

Likewise, his front yard is adorned with 412 little flags, each representing one of the first responders who lost their lives that day.

In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, retired New York City firefighter and EMT Gutleizer worked as an emergency medical technician.

He explained that the monument is meant to spark curiosity about the tragedy and serve as a teaching tool for future generations.

Americans are Remembering 9/11 With Moments of Silence

Twenty-one years after tAmericans are Remembering 9/11 With Moments of Silencehe deadliest terrorist assault on US soil.

Americans are remembering 9/11 with minutes of silence, recitation of victims’ names, volunteer work, and other memorials.

On September 16, family and dignitaries will gather at the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania, all sites where hijacked planes crashed on September 11, 2001.

Candlelight vigils, religious services, and other memorials are also being held in various parts of the country to commemorate this day.

Some Americans are participating in service initiatives on Patriot Day, which is also designated as a National Day of Service and Remembrance by the federal government.

Commemorating the Victims of 9/11, Whom We Will Never Forget

Few things can alter the course of history and the globe in the same way that a select few can. Hiroshima and Nagasaki marked the beginning of the atomic age, which has only grown more intense and lethal since then.

The 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States in 2001 are another example of this type of incident.

The attack was both brilliant and horrible, and both aspects will live on in the memory of those who witnessed them.


At first glance, it seemed like the attacks were plucked from a high-budget Hollywood action movie, but closer inspection reveals that they were the work of sick.

Twisted individuals who carried them out to avenge some sort of perceived wrongdoing against them and gain some sort of twisted sense of glory.