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Hypocenter of Atomic Bombing, Nagasaki

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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A statue designed to look like a black column commemorates the victims of one of the world's most violent events at Hypocenter of Atomic Bombing. The surrounding area features relics of buildings impacted by the blast, including the remains of a cathedral wall. After your walk, head over to the onsite museum to see items recovered from the rubble, as well photos showing the aftermath of the bombing. Using our custom trip planner, Nagasaki attractions like Hypocenter of Atomic Bombing can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Hypocenter of atomic bombing, nearby museum and the peaceful park. All three items are within walking distances. Spare around 3-4 hours of the 3 spots. 
  • The park has statues to commemorate the terrible loss of life when the bomb dropped, particularly for children. The statues are festooned with coloured paper cranes, often made and placed by school ch...  read more »
  • It is a space surrounded by trees about 10 minutes walk from Nagasaki Peace Park monument one exactly this over atomic bomb exploded in the place. Just no frills place contrary thoughts. This is a place you want to visit.
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