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Mancunians Mourn Over Terror Victims

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After the destructive suicide bombing, St. Ann’s square has become the focal point which marks the city’s grief. The river of flowers and balloons continue to flow, which shows its respect for the dead and injured…..A special report & pictures by Alisha Inamdar by .

It has been almost 15 days since the terror attack shook the country. The bombing and killing of 22 innocent children and adults can never be forgotten. Burden and pain in the hearts of Mancunians has not heeled yet. To show the pain, grief, sympathy and unity hundreds of people still visit St. Ann’s Square in Manchester to give their tribute to the brutal death of 22 people. by .

The entire ground being incredibly filled with flowers, teddy bears and balloons symbolized the unity of Mancunians. Teary eyes, en number of prayers for the eternity of the dead and recovery of the injured proves that humanity has not left Manchester. After the destructive suicide bombing, St. Ann’s square has become the focal point which marks the city’s grief. The river of flowers and balloons continue to flow, which shows its respect for the dead and injured.

The Victoria station which connects to Manchester arena also has a small area filled with flowers and messages for the ones who are gone and injured. It welcomes passerby and passengers to pay a tribute to the victims.