Hiroshima A-Dome ~ August 6, 1945, the nuclear explosion blasted above this building, the closest structure to withstand the explosion. The building was preserved in it's state to serve as a reminder of nuclear devastation and a symbol of hope for world peace & elimination of all nuclear weapons. Photo by ManWithAToyCamera.

A-Dome, Peace Park and the Peace Memorial Museum in Hiroshima, sad and a tragic reminder of what war foes to innocent people!

HIROSHIMA A-BOMB MEMORIAL by Michael Trezzi  The O-dome is still standing in Hiroshima, and they built the Peace Park around it. Visiting this park was one of the most profound and heartbreaking experiences of my life.

HIROSHIMA A-BOMB MEMORIAL by Michael Trezzi The O-dome is still standing in Hiroshima, and they built the Peace Park around it. Visiting this park was one of the most profound and heartbreaking experiences of my life.

Take a stroll through the monuments and world heritage site of the Hiroshima Peace Park, Japan

Exploring the Hiroshima Peace Park

Take a stroll through the monuments and world heritage site of the Hiroshima Peace Park, Japan

Take this one day Hiroshima self guided walking tour. Hit the major sites, taste the local flavours and get some background on the points of interest.

Hiroshima Self Guided Walking Tour

Our first stay in Hiroshima was planned mostly to give us a full day to explore Miyajima Island, it wasn& until we were sitting on the Shinkensen from Tokyo that I started wondering how I would actually feel wandering around Hiroshima.

To Hiroshima Peace Park to pay my respects to the victims of hubris and inhumanity

The Peace Park – The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is a monument to the people who lived in the first city in the world to experience a nuclear attack. The Peace Flame has been burning in memory of the victims since it was lit in

The Peace Bell in the Hiroshima Peace Park in spring behind a mass of tulips.  Anyone is invited to ring the temple style bell adding their support to the call for nuclear disarmament and peace

Exploring the Hiroshima Peace Park

The Peace Bell in the Hiroshima Peace Park in spring behind a mass of tulips. Anyone is invited to ring the temple style bell adding their support to the call for nuclear disarmament and peace

The shadow of a person who was disintegrated at the moment of the blast. These steps were removed and are now an exhibit at the Hiroshima Peace Park museum.

Iconic Photos Of The Aftermath Of The Hiroshima Bombing: The shadow of a person who was disintegrated at the moment of the blast. These steps were removed and are now an exhibit at the Hiroshima Peace Park museum.

the World Heritage, Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Atomic Bomb Dome) in Hiroshima, Japan

Go to Hiroshima. Visit the World Heritage, Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Atomic Bomb Dome), Peace Park, and the Peace Museum in Hiroshima, Japan

The Cultivated Mother: Hiroshima's Peace Park

On our first afternoon in Hiroshima, we decided to visit the Hiroshima Peace Park. Within the park, you'll find the A-Bomb Dome, t.

Cenotaph and A-Bomb Dome as seen from Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima, Japan

Cenotaph and A-Bomb Dome as seen from Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima, Japan

Hiroshima Peace Park Memorial Cenotaph and A-Bomb Dome - because we should not forget

Hiroshima Peace Park Memorial Cenotaph and A-Bomb Dome - because we should not forget

"A-Bomb Dome" in Hiroshima...Peace Memorial Park...this area was heart wrenching and heart lifting at the same time due to the desire for peace that this park stands for...

"A-Bomb Dome" in Hiroshima.this area was heart wrenching and heart lifting at the same time due to the desire for peace that this park stands for.

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