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A-Bomb Children Statue in Hiroshima

A-Bomb Children Statue in Hiroshima

The image depicts the A-Bomb Children Statue situated in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, Japan. This poignant statue stands as a powerful symbol of remembrance and a plea for peace. The A-Bomb Children Statue is a sculpture that honors the innocent lives lost during the devastating atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, during World War II. It serves as a solemn tribute to the countless children who tragically perished or were affected by the horrific event. The statue portrays a young girl, her face etched with a mixture of pain, sadness, and resilience. She stands tall, her right arm stretched upward, symbolizing both a call for peace and an eternal desire to protect future generations from such devastation.

Image ID#: 8499 / Category: Travel, Architecture / Price: 499$
A-Bomb Children Statue in Hiroshima
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