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Atomic bomb dome

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1-chōme-1-10 Ōtemachi, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0051, Japan

Iconic remains of the Industrial Promotion Hall which was destroyed by the atomic bomb during WWII.

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P G a week ago

Incredibly impactful and haunting monument, now a UNESCO world heritage sight. Signs are informative - take an extra moment to walk around the memorial building/park and read everything. It’s a somber memorial and stark reminder of the horrific capabilities of mankind - an emotional and moving space that leaves a profound impact.

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Charlee Haas Hart a month ago

An entirely humbling experience to stand where such terrible events occurred. This museum was extremely informative and impactful and I would highly recommend it to anybody visiting the area. This museum will live in my heart and mind for many years to come. It goes over the history of Hiroshima before, during, and after the events that transpired. It really helped me learn a lot.

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Alan a month ago

Truly remarkable memorial and reminder of a darker time in the world’s history. The dome is impressively still standing despite being essential at ground zero of the bomb detonating. Area is open 24 hours but the building is gated off given the rubble from the blast that is still present. Worth a quick trip to see even if you only have an hour. No need for tickets unless you want to join a tour group.

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William Copeland a month ago

Haunting monument that has been preserved as a testament to the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on 8/6/45. Really crazy experience walking here knowing what happened on that day. It’s also crazy that the city around this thing has been built up to the stage it is in today. I think everyone should visit here. Would make the world a more peaceful place knowing the unnecessary suffering that conflicts have on humanity.

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Noriko Tanaga a month ago

a historical place worth to visit and so easy access. We can walk and enjoy the view by the river too. I was visiting at August (before the ceremony), so there was a lot of tents and chairs prepared for the ceremony. Next time I will go inside the museum.