A short climb from the street, the park showcases a multitude of sculptures representing peace -- the most famous of which is the looming centerpiece. The grounds also display the ruins of prison that was destroyed in the atomic blast. The park can be busy at times, but is well worth the visit. As an aside, for a more interesting glimpse of Nagasaki's feral cat population, use the side entrance/exit's winding path.
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