Hiroshima is a city with a tragic history. Places you must visit are the Atomic Bomb Dome, the Children’s Peace Monument, the Peace Memorial Hall and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial museum. Don’t forget to visit Hiroshima Castle as well. Read this 1 day itinerary with budget info, map, accommodation & food advice.:

Hiroshima 1 Day Itinerary: Where To Go, Eat And Sleep

Hiroshima is a city with a tragic history. Places you must visit are the Atomic Bomb Dome, the Children’s Peace Monument, the Peace Memorial Hall and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial museum. Don’t forget to visit Hiroshima Castle as well. Read this 1 day itinerary with budget info, map, accommodation & food advice.:

HIROSHIMA A-BOMB MEMORIAL by Michael Trezzi  The O-dome is still standing in Hiroshima, and they built the Peace Park around it. Visiting this park was one of the most profound and heartbreaking experiences of my life.

HIROSHIMA A-BOMB MEMORIAL by Michael Trezzi The O-dome is still standing in Hiroshima, and they built the Peace Park around it. Visiting this park was one of the most profound and heartbreaking experiences of my life.

Paper lanterns floating on the Motoyasu River at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, Japan.

PICTURE OF THE DAY: A River of Light

Paper lanterns floating on the Motoyasu River at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, Japan.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and Miyajima Day Tour

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and Miyajima Day Tour

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Dom) was the only structure left standing in the area where the first atomic bomb exploded on 6 August 1945. Through the efforts of many people, including those of the city of Hiroshima, it has been preserved in the same state as immediately after the bombing. Not only is it a stark and powerful symbol of the most destructive force ever created by humankind; it also expresses the hope for world peace and the ultimate elimination of all nuclear weapons.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Dome)

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Dom) was the only structure left standing in the area where the first atomic bomb exploded on 6 August 1945. Through the efforts of many people, including those of the city of Hiroshima, it has been preserved in the same state as immediately after the bombing. Not only is it a stark and powerful symbol of the most destructive force ever created by humankind; it also expresses the hope for world peace and the ultimate elimination of all nuclear weapons.

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