At the A-bomb dome, seeing the warped metal, glassy roof tiles and crumbled bricks, it was clear that people who were in the vicinity didn’t have a chance (in fact the people in the A-bomb Dome would have died instantly when the bomb exploded). Having said this, it wasn’t necessarily a ‘sad’ place to visit. There were lots of school kids and domestic tourists looking at the ruins, and a plaque in front of them said that they are keeping it there (rather than demolishing it) as a reminder that these atrocities should never happen again.
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