Most viewed - Nagasaki city 長崎市
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Entrance to the Peace Park840 views
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Hypocenter of atomic bomb731 viewsA series of concentric circles emanate from the marker.1 comments
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The Peace Statue was built in Aug. 1955, the 10th anniversary of the bombing. The Peace Statue was modeled after popular wrestler Rikidozan.725 views
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Peace Fountain with the Peace Statue in the distance721 viewsA fountain of water was made for the victims who were desperate for water.
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Nagasaki atomic bomb peace park hypocenter710 views
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Peace Statue description699 views
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Peace Statue675 viewsSculptor was Seibo Kitamura.
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Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum entrance669 views
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Monument next to Peace Statue641 views
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Peace memorial from China626 viewsThe park also has peace monuments from various countries.
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Memorial at hypocenter614 viewsErected in July 1995 for the 50th anniversary.
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Hypocenter marker543 viewsOn August 9, 1945 an atomic bomb exploded in the sky about 500 meters above the point where this monument now stands. The area within a 2.5 kilometer radius of the hypocenter was completely devastated.
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Hypocenter description543 views
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Path to Peace Statue514 views
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Remains of Urakami Cathedral wall511 viewsNext to the hypocenter is this partial cathedral wall.
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Peace memorial from Germany505 views
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Hypocenter of atomic bomb, adjacent to Peace park502 viewsAlmost right next to the Peace park is the hypocenter marker above which the bomb exploded. Often hoards of students on class trips can be see squatting here listening to a talk about this place.
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Registry Shelf storing the names of atomic bomb victims496 views
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Peace memorial from Czechoslovakia491 views
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Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum. Next to the hypocenter is the atomic bomb museum and registry shelf which stores the names of the atomic bomb victims.479 views
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Peace Statue473 viewsEvery Aug. 9, the anniversary of the atomic bombing, a memorial service is held here.
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The folded right leg symbolizes quiet meditation.447 views1 comments
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Hypocenter432 views
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The Registry Shelf points to the hypocenter.432 views
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The outstretched left hand symbolizes tranquility and world peace.415 views
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The closed eyes express a prayer for all war victims.376 views
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The right hand points to the threat of nuclear weapons.357 viewsThe bronze statue is 10 meters tall.
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The left leg is poised for action to assist humanity.342 views
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Rear view315 views
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Statue of Ueno Hikoma166 views
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Photo museum92 views
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Photo museum89 views
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Statue of Ueno Hikoma79 views
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Description of Ueno Hikoma residence and studio74 viewsIt says that Hikoma opened Japan's first photo studio here in 1862.
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Statue of Ueno Hikoma65 views
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Grave of Ueno Hikoma63 views
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Grave of Ueno Hikoma58 views
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Statue description57 views
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Site of Ueno Hikoma residence and studio57 viewsHikoma opened Japan's first portrait studio here in 1862. The site is now occupied by a parking structure.
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Ueno Hikoma birthplace56 views
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Site of Ueno Hikoma residence and studio54 views
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Ueno Hikoma birthplace53 views
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Site of Ueno Hikoma residence and studio53 views
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Grave of Ueno Hikoma52 views
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Grave of Ueno Hikoma52 views
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Ueno Hikoma birthplace49 views
 
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