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... was haunting and made us feel disturbed. It was easier to read because it was less disturbing. In the diaramas we saw burnt up clothes, destroyed houses belonging to the people that died. When we were leaving the museum there was a booth set up to make origami cranes so we decided to try it out.
We walked to the pasta place. I had pizza, it was good.
... Unfortunately, although the restaurant had been smoke free upon our arrival, a couple of businessman lit up after they'd finished eating. Fortunately we had just finished eating, so we made a hasty exit to avoid the smoke.
After a quick stop at a 711 for after dinner snacks, we each headed back to our rooms for an early night to try and catch up on sleep before our rescheduled big day at Miyijama Island the following day.
... into pieces. Not sure how they keep it from going brown.
We caught the tram to the Peace Park. It took about 45 minutes. It was such a hot day today, about 30C and extremely humid. We decided not to go to the Peace Museum, having been through it on our first trip there in 2002. It is a very sad place with photos and exhibitions showing the damage the atom bomb had on Hiroshima. However, in the park itself was peaceful, if you could count having hoards of ...
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The first thing that comes to mind when you hear the name Hiroshima- the atomic bomb or as it was referred to us in school “the Hiroshima Bomb”. This is the first place in the world that an atomic bomb was dropped on people. The US decided they wanted to drop the bombs in places it would have maximum effect and devastation to force the Japanese hand and also did not contain a POW camp. In a ...
... the eye of a hurricane. It escapes the destruction while everything around it gets demolished. The buildingss vertical columns were able to withstand the almost vertical downward force of the blast. Parts of the concrete and brick outer walls remained intact. Everyone inside was killed instantly.
In December 1996 the A-Bomb Dome was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its inclusion into the UNESCO list was based on its survival from a ...