The New Manhattan Skyline – Revealed renderings
A new rendering of the future Manhattan skyline has been revealed, which includes the upcoming completion of the structures that will replace the befallen Twin Towers.
Further down, the newly planned Mosque of International Muslim faith will give Manhattan a majestic, multi-cultural new look.
“We’re looking forward to giving Manhattan a more sophisticated look, worthy of the many religions shared among our citizens”, said John J. Johnson Jr., creative director of the Manhattan Restoration Committee for the Alliance of Religions.
“Let’s imagine for a second that Manhattan and New York became eventually a New Constantinople, full of rich history, hammams and minarets. That would definitely bring millions of pilgrims each year to our city”, he added.
The plan to expand Mahattan’s role in the biggest American city, New York, has been discussed since the September 11, 2001 attacks – when thousands of Americans lost their lives. Almost 10 years later, New York City faces a challenge of times, and is now given the unique opportunity to embrace the cultures and people of difference races and religions in true New York City style.
“I don’t mind seeing a couple of minarets downtown”, said Mariam Ostrowski, manager of Trendy NYC Bar Mitzvah, Inc. “I hear there will be festivals and such, I love middle eastern food and music so why not have these people enjoy Manhattan as well?”, she added.
President Obama recently stated that the all-American right to practice one’s religion is unquestionable and cannot be challenged.
Meanwhile, St. Nicholas Orthodox church that once stood in the shadow of the WTC Twin Towers still awaits permission to be rebuilt at its promised location.