Recap of Worldschool Travel Tour: Japan in Summer 2010 » Hiroshima Memorial of floating lanterns to remember the dropping of the first atomic bomb on human beings and to pray for nuclear disarmament and peace around the world. The A-Bomb Dome, one of the few buildings still standing after the bomb was dropped, is seen on the right in the background. Taken August 6th, 2010 on the 65th Anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb.

Hiroshima Memorial of floating lanterns to remember the dropping of the first atomic bomb on human beings and to pray for nuclear disarmament and peace around the world. The A-Bomb Dome, one of the few buildings still standing after the bomb was dropped, is seen on the right in the background. Taken August 6th, 2010 on the 65th Anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb.

Hiroshima Memorial of floating lanterns to remember the dropping of the first atomic bomb on human beings and to pray for nuclear disarmament and peace around the world. The A-Bomb Dome, one of the few buildings still standing after the bomb was dropped, is seen on the right in the background. Taken August 6th, 2010 on the 65th Anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb.

Hiroshima Memorial of floating lanterns to remember the dropping of the first atomic bomb on human beings and to pray for nuclear disarmament and peace around the world. The A-Bomb Dome, one of the few buildings still standing after the bomb was dropped, is seen on the right in the background. Taken August 6th, 2010 on the 65th Anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb.


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