Hiroshima A-Dome ~ August 6, 1945, the nuclear explosion blasted above this building, the closest structure to withstand the explosion. The building was preserved in it's state to serve as a reminder of nuclear devastation and a symbol of hope for world peace & elimination of all nuclear weapons. Photo by ManWithAToyCamera.

A-Dome, Peace Park and the Peace Memorial Museum in Hiroshima, sad and a tragic reminder of what war foes to innocent people!

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.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum WebSite. A place to send cranes after reading the story, Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes.

A place to send cranes after reading the story, Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes.

the World Heritage, Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Atomic Bomb Dome) in Hiroshima, Japan

Go to Hiroshima. Visit the World Heritage, Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Atomic Bomb Dome), Peace Park, and the Peace Museum in Hiroshima, Japan

The 2014 Peace Memorial Ceremony in Hiroshima was the most moving and beautiful lantern ceremony we have ever attended! This is our photo essay.

Peace Memorial Ceremony in Hiroshima

Why You Should Go To Japan In August! The spectacular Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony

The stunning and atmospheric Peace Memorial Ceremony in #Hiroshima. #japan #peace @nerdnomads http://nerdnomads.com/peace-memorial-ceremony-hiroshima

Peace Memorial Ceremony in Hiroshima

The stunning Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony with thousands of lanterns floating down the river.

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