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911 Commemorative Field of Flags at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park 6
Georgia, USA
One of the largest commemorative events in the nation, a flag was placed in Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park for each life lost on 9/11. September 10-16, 2011 was the tenth anniversary of tragic terrorist attacks on US soil. It began with a processional of flags from Grace Community Church on Kennesaw Avenue to Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, a distance of about one mile.
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