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Exposed Camphor Tree, Nagasaki

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Across the hills of Nagasaki you'll find a welcome number of places to stay, and a welcome degree of variation between them. Look around the main train station for the greatest number of options, with high-rise blocks containing hotels both basic and luxury. Following the train line both north and south of this central area, guesthouses and hostels crowd around the stations, and clusters of modern hotels mark out popular commercial districts. Rental apartments throughout the city provide a good budget-friendly option for those planning on staying for a little while.
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  • At the entrance of Sanno shrine two majestic camphor trees stand guard. These trees were charred and seemed dead after the atomic bomb explosion but recovered and now provide a great shade for visitor...  more »
  • Near the half-torii are two camphor trees at the entrance to a shrine. After being burnt in the bombing, they regrew and now are quite nice.  more »
  • From the atomic bomb dropping point, wither at the time was considered as, or is a camphor tree is survived by a miracle. And stone flew with the ruins are being repaired and take a close look and a blast wounds were seen. Only think wow life force still surviving in that bombing. This is where I want to visit with Museum come.
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