The museum is located in the Peace Park. It is quite large and starts off with background on the war. From there, it covers the background of atomic weapons development. So far, it is rather detached history. Then, the museum covers the human impact and it becomes quite emotional. I was the most touched by the fused and melted child's tricycle and the shadow on the steps left by the vaporized person.
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