Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Home > Asia > Japan > Japan Heritage Sites > Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Dome)

Atomic Bomb Dome formerly known as Prefectural Industrial Exhibition Hall

Atomic Bomb Dome formerly known as Prefectural Industrial Exhibition Hall


Photo Prints
Jigsaw Puzzles
Poster Prints
Canvas Prints
Fine Art Prints
Metal Prints
Home Decor


We accept all major credit cards

Memory Lane Prints

Wall Art and Photo Gifts from Memory Lane

Atomic Bomb Dome formerly known as Prefectural Industrial Exhibition Hall

Atomic Bomb Dome formerly known as Prefectural Industrial Exhibition Hall. This building was one of the few to remain standing following dropping of the first atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima. The bomb known as " Little Boy" exploded with the force of thirteen kilotons. At the time of the bombing, Hiroshima was home to 280, 000-290, 000 civilians as well as 43, 000 soldiers. Between 90, 000 and 166, 000 people are believed to have died from the bomb in the four-month period following the explosion. 1st December 1974

Staff
The People
Mirrorpix
Hiroshima
Japan
P75 127

Media ID 21861650

© Mirrorpix

Atomic Bomb Japan Nuclear Weapons Pacific War Ruin Air Raid War And Conflict


FEATURES IN THESE COLLECTIONS

> Architecture > Industrial

> Asia > Japan > Hiroshima

> Asia > Japan > Japan Heritage Sites > Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Dome)

> Memory Lane Prints > Mirror > 1300to1399 > 01341


EDITORS COMMENTS
This powerful print captures the haunting image of the Atomic Bomb Dome, formerly known as the Prefectural Industrial Exhibition Hall, in Hiroshima. Standing tall amidst the devastation caused by the first atomic bomb ever dropped on a city, this building serves as a solemn reminder of the horrors of war. On that fateful day in August 1945, when "Little Boy" exploded with an unimaginable force of thirteen kilotons, Hiroshima was bustling with over 280,000 civilians and 43,000 soldiers. The aftermath was catastrophic - between 90,000 and 166,000 lives were lost within four months following the explosion. Yet amid this tragedy emerged a symbol of resilience. The Atomic Bomb Dome miraculously remained standing despite being at ground zero. Its skeletal structure stands as a testament to human strength and determination to rebuild from ashes. The significance of this photograph lies not only in its historical context but also in its portrayal of hope amidst despair. It reminds us that even in our darkest moments, there is always room for healing and rebuilding. As we gaze upon this image captured on December 1st, 1974 - almost three decades after that fateful day - let it serve as a poignant reminder to strive for peace and unity among nations. May we never forget the devastating consequences of nuclear weapons and work tirelessly towards preventing such tragedies from ever happening again.

MADE IN THE USA
Safe Shipping with 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

FREE PERSONALISATION*
We are proud to offer a range of customisation features including Personalised Captions, Color Filters and Picture Zoom Tools

FREE COLORIZATION SERVICE
You can choose advanced AI Colorization for this picture at no extra charge!

SECURE PAYMENTS
We happily accept a wide range of payment options so you can pay for the things you need in the way that is most convenient for you

* Options may vary by product and licensing agreement. Zoomed Pictures can be adjusted in the Cart.



redeem
Beautiful Photo Prints and Gifts
image
Professionally Printed
inventory
Photo Prints are in stock
thumb_up
Professional quality finish
diamond
Made with high-grade materials
inventory_2
Carefully packed to aid safe arrival



Related Images


Loggerhead Turtle - Juvenile with pilot fish
Loggerhead Turtle - Juvenile with pilot fish
David Attenborough
David Attenborough
New Caledonian Giant Gecko - showing camouflage - Controlled conditions 15268
New Caledonian Giant Gecko - showing camouflage - Controlled conditions 15268
Gladiator parade helmet made of bronze from Pompeii, Naples province, Italy, Roman civilization
Gladiator parade helmet made of bronze from Pompeii, Naples province, Italy, Roman civilization
Roman bronze of a Gaulish prisoner
Roman bronze of a Gaulish prisoner
Sir Henry Parkes (1815 - 1896), colonial Australian politician
Sir Henry Parkes (1815 - 1896), colonial Australian politician
Shanty Town, Algiers, Algeria, c. 1959 (photo)
Shanty Town, Algiers, Algeria, c. 1959 (photo)
Late afternoon light just before dusk along the banks of a Billabong in the Murray Valley national park, near the Murray river, Corowa, New South Wales, Australia
Late afternoon light just before dusk along the banks of a Billabong in the Murray Valley national park, near the Murray river, Corowa, New South Wales, Australia

+

Shipping

+

Choices

+

Reviews

+

Guaranteed




Related Collections


Industrial
Industrial
Browse 20,604 Prints
Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Dome)
Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Dome)
Browse 42 Prints
Hiroshima
Hiroshima
Browse 261 Prints
01341
01341
Browse 30 Prints