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60th Anniversary Of The Hiroshima Bombing

The Atomic Bomb Dome – the symbol of peace.



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The Atomic Bomb Dome used to be Hiroshima Prefecture Industrial Promotion Hall, and stood about 200m north-northwest from the hypocenter (closest point on the ground). It is one of very few structures that were not levelled totally in the central area, and is kept as a monument.

The peacebell.

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The Peace Bell, one of the memorials in the park. This also illustrates that when you go to a historical site in Japan on a weekday you may avoid most other tourists – but you’ll be knee-deep in schoolchildren all wearing identical hats or uniforms.

NOTE: Pictures taken from (and copyrighted by) Lucs.lu.se.

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