Hiroshima - A-Bomb Dome

Stock Photography By Stephen Le Bas

A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima detail
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima detail
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima
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A-Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan
A-Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan
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A-Bomb Dome wall detail, Hiroshima, Japan
A-Bomb Dome wall detail,
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A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan
A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan
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A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan
A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan
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A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan
A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan
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1. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was formerly an industrial promotion hall and is the only bulding that has been left standing since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. It is now a UNESCO World heritage site.

2. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was formerly an industrial promotion hall and is the only bulding that has been left standing since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. It is now a UNESCO World heritage site.

3. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was formerly an industrial promotion hall and is the only bulding that has been left standing since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. It is now a UNESCO World heritage site.

4. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was formerly an industrial promotion hall and is the only bulding that has been left standing since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. It is now a UNESCO World heritage site.

5. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima detail. Detail of part of the A-Bomb Dome building in Hiroshima Japan. This building was formerly an industrial promotion hall and is the only bulding that has been left standing since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. It is now a UNESCO World heritage site.

6. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

7. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

8. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

9. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

10. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

11. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

12. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

13. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

14. A-Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

15. A-Bomb Dome wall detail, Hiroshima, Japan. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

16. A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

17. A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

18. A_Bomb Dome, Hiroshima, Japan. A-Bomb Dome Hiroshima Japan. This building was built in 1929 and housed the Taishoya Kimono shop until 1944 when it was purchased by the government for use as the Prefecture fuel rationing union. It was 170 metres from the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that killed all occupants, bar one who was in the basement.

 

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