Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is located in the center of Hiroshima City Street, at the junction of Yuanananchuan and Benchuan. The Park was built to commemorate the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. At 8:15 a.m. on August 6, 1945, an atomic bomb exploded 580 metres above Hiroshima, Japan. Suddenly, after a strong blue flash, the whole city became a hell on earth... Seventy years later, today's Hiroshima has been rebuilt from the ruins of war. Walking into the Peace Memorial Park, the first thing you can see is an abandoned building in the Peace Park, namely the original explosion point dome. That pile of ruins and ruins in the bright blue sky, more ancient and desolate. This is the only building that survived the atomic bomb explosion. It is now built as a peace monument for future generations to see. The Chien-feather Crane Monument is called the image of the son of the original explosion by the local people. At the top of the long circle monument stood a statue of a little girl. With a large paper crane in her hands, she gazed forward in the bright sunshine at a solemn pace, expressing her desire for peace. The original exploded comfort monument on the square. It was a saddle-shaped monument with a large stone box in the center, containing the names of the victims of the original explosion. At the end of 1984, the stone box was replaced by a larger one, because the original stone box could no longer contain the new names. The box was engraved with a sentence: Rest in peace, the mistakes of the past will not be repeated. The Peace Memorial is a long building. Visitors can listen to the introduction and watch the exhibition. The Memorial exhibits documents, relics, pictures and some models of the time, illustrating the huge disasters caused by the original explosion. These items were furnished according to what happened at that time, as if they had reproduced the terrible experience of that time. One of the models shows Hiroshima in the ruins with a vision, which is breathtaking: in a flash of fire, three worn-out and badly injured victims are confused, dragging their heavy feet and wondering where to go... The model is based on the descriptions of some survivors.
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. The Park was completed in 1954. Every year on August 6, the Park held a memorial ceremony in memory of the victims of the atomic bomb explosion and war. There is no accurate estimate of the number of deaths caused by the atomic bomb "little boy", but it is generally believed that about 80,000 people died directly at the moment of the explosion; by the end of 1945, the number of deaths had risen further to 90,000 to 166,000. The effects of chronic death and malignant inheritance caused by radiation-induced cancer and other sequelae cannot be estimated. Look at the cruelty of war, recommend.
Cruise ships used to burn in Hiroshima, Peace Park, road trams. Especially beautiful city, the road is much wider than Tokyo, but there are few pedestrians on the streets, very quiet. After reading the Atomic Bomb Explosion Library and the survivors'diaries, walking in the street sometimes wonders what people would think at that moment. Thousands of paper cranes can be seen everywhere and have become a city symbol of Hiroshima.
The solemn and sad place of the Japanese; the foreign tourists mostly go in search of the answers to historical fragments; the Chinese here often have a mixture of pride and heaviness, one side being proud of the victors, the other side being ashamed of how we mourned our fellow victims in the same war. Originally tranquil and tranquil, she went to the Historical Museum. The only sad thing was the story of the girl who died of leukemia ten years after the explosion (she made paper cranes desperately before she died, hoping that after her death, paper cranes would continue her life for her). When she returned to the garden and looked at the same scenery, it was heavy and desolate. The only interesting thing was that the Korean people were following her. Make a South Korean original explosion comfort tower to commemorate the Korean artificial dead who helped to abuse and work for tigers in the arsenal. It's not different to be proud of it!
Hiroshima is different from other Japanese cities in that it has more buildings and less buildings, probably because of the rebuilding after the explosion. The words "peace" can be seen everywhere in the city, which shows the depth of suffering. However, apart from showing the wounds, can we really push ourselves and others to understand the importance of peace?
Hiroshima is a city rebuilt by Japan after World War II. Since the United States threw an atomic bomb at Hiroshima after World War II, the city was almost in ruins. In order to commemorate the disaster caused by the atomic bomb explosion in Japan and maintain world peace, the Japanese government set up a memorial park and memorial hall at the original explosion site of Hiroshima. I hope that the world will remember the suffering brought by war and cherish the peaceful world!