The Oklahoma City National Memorial consists of two stark structures connected by a reflecting pool, intended as monuments to the strength and resiliency of the city.
It is also a contemplative space, where visitors can reflect on and honour the 168 people who died in the April 1995 bombing, carried out by a white power terrorist with ties to a network of like-minded extremists.
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