World Trade Center Cross Moved To Museum

07.25.11 | Sarah Harnisch

A 10 ton, 20 foot tall cross made from beams of the World Trade Center Towers has a brand-new home in a museum this morning.

The cross was moved on Saturday to its permanent place at the the U.S. National September 11th Memorial and Museum. A flatbed truck carried the cross from Saint Peter's Church in lower Manhattan, a block away, to the museum. A contruction worker had discovered the perfectly formed cross made by two of the last remaining standing steel beams standing upright  in the rubble of Ground Zero.

The memorial will be dedicated on September 11th -- the 10th anniversary of the attacks.