-- Built in memory of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the bell's impact surface is marked with an atomic energy symbol that aspires to ban the use of atomic weapons and a mirror that reflects the heart of the bell-beater. - The pond is filled with the famous Dagalian, which was planted by Professor Ichiro Oga and sprouted at the remains of Chiba, 2,000 years ago. When the blast was blown up, the people used lotus leaf to apply wounds to stop the burns and pain, thus offering sacrifices to the spirit of the bombers. In 1996, the Japan Voice 100 was selected as the preservation of the Environment Agency, and it was exhibited at the Peace Memorial Museum.
Because I haven't experienced it, so I don't have many impressions. But when someone rings the peace bell, they will also make a wish together, hoping that the world will be peaceful and there will never be war again.
The Peace Gate is pretty good. The war here is very harmful. You can see a lot of broken walls. Some things are left over after the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima in World War II. It is shocking.
The Japanese Peace Bell is a United Nations peace symbol. Cast on November 24, 1952, it was an official gift of the Japanese people to the United Nations on June 8, 1954.
Hiroshima is one of the most severely damaged cities in World War II. The landscape here has suffered a lot of damage. The Peace Bell is also a very important building, symbolizing peace and hatred of war.