Intuitively understand the scene of the atomic bomb explosion at that time. The lives of 140,000 people were swallowed by war. Don't war! Hope the world is peaceful! Everyone is happy!
There are a lot of tourists here, especially foreigners, and it is the most concentrated place of tourist attractions in Hiroshima.
This Hiroshima Peace Museum is located in Heiwa Park. Tickets are not charged for free. I don't know why Ctrip wrote about tickets. Next to it is the very famous Peace Monument.
This is a two-story building. The space inside is very large. Many people come to visit. Many of them are foreigners on tour groups. The information inside is also good. It is suitable for understanding the destructive power of war. The downside is that the closing time here is relatively early, if you come late, there is no way to visit.
From the perspective of the students, to set off the power and scourge of the atomic bomb, after the visit, it really makes people feel heavy, and it has not been calmed for a long time. It may be well-known in the world, and there are so many domestic and foreign tourists, to the point that you can't visit at will, you can only follow the people in the field to see the flowers
The Assumption of Mary Cathedral (Japanese: Being Ascended to the Heaven の Notre Dame Cathedral ) also called Memorial Cathedral of World Peace (World Peace Memorial Cathedral ) is a religious building affiliated with the Catholic Churchlocated in Hiroshima, Japan.
The historical imprint of the atomic bombing is quite profound, you can understand it.
At present, the main hall is undergoing seismic reconstruction, but the auxiliary hall on the east side of the main hall is being opened. It is recommended to wait until around 2020. Tickets are nominally required for admission. The content inside is very informative and informative. There are a lot of first-hand information that has never been seen in China. If you look carefully, you can basically look at it all afternoon.
It was built and designed based on the building wreckage after the atomic bomb.
Preston_Dominguez: 1-2 Nakajimacho, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0811
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Cat Cafe Manekineko,Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park,The Atomic Bomb Dome,Memorial Cathedral for World Peace,Hiroshima Castle