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On the side of the rad, near a shop stands a small red granite stone with a plaque that states that on 6 August 1945 at 8:15 the first atomic bomb exploded 600m above this site. There is a photo and a brief description of...More
After seeing heaps of documentaries and reading about the Hiroshima atomic bomb site, it was a very surreal and somber moment. We were able to reflect the tragedy that took place due to the atrocities of war.
Also known as the Hypocenter, this is the exact spot where the atomic bomb exploded 600 meters above on 6 August 1945. All inhabitants in the Shima Surgical Clinic did not stand a chance of survival! This place is just less than 100 meters walk...More
One building that still stood after everything else was destroyed. For me it stands for the Hope and the will of hiroshima people to fight back and overcome what happened to them. Did you know scientist of the US had calculated that all plants and...More
At ground zero it is just a small monument. In a back street. No pictures of people. If you do not want to see pictures of people post bomb I would avoid the Peace Museum in the south portion of the park. Ground zero and... More
At ground zero it is just a small monument. In a back street. No pictures of people. If you do not want to see pictures of people post bomb I would avoid the Peace Museum in the south portion of the park. Ground zero and the park are about 600m away from one another.