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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

America's tallest building is ready for its close up.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is holding the One World Trade Center Photo Contest.

The best photo of the iconic building will be selected.

The lucky winner and two friends will be given a tour of the top of the 1,776-foot tall engineering marvel.

The contest runs from July 29- August 25.

Contestants must take a picture of One WTC with a camera, phone or other mobile device and submit it through the photo contest app on Facebook or tagg it with #OneWTCBestPhotos on Twitter or Instagram and follow the link in the return message.

Once submitted, contestants should encourage family and friends to vote for it on the WTC contest Facebook page.

To enter and for complete contest details:

Facebook.com/WTCProgress

 

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