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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima

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A visit to Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park allows tourists to pay respects to the victims of the 1945 atomic bombing. A bustling commercial and business district reduced to rubble at the end of World War II, the area now features a memorial with manicured paths and three museums dedicated to the tragic event. Numerous monuments pay homage to the victims who perished from the explosion or of radiation-related illnesses in the years since. To visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park on your trip to Hiroshima, use our Hiroshima trip generator.
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  • I actually visited Hiroshima in August 2015. This is such a touching memorial park, it's beautiful and colourful, but there's no doubt about what happened there in the past. There's a strong feeling o...  more »
  • I'm not sure what I expected to find in the park really as the atomic bomb obliterates everything. It was very peaceful and serene and some thoughtful monuments. It takes about 2 hours to visit. You c...  more »
  • What a eerie place to stand in knowing the horrors that took place there. It is truly a humbling experience but a necessary one. Too see how much devestation from the museum that they went through and...  more »