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Nagasaki’s name may forever be associated with the Second World War, but there is much more to this beautiful, cosmopolitan, and thriving port city in southern Japan.

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This Nagasaki travel guide will tell you all you need to know to plan your trip like how to get around, which attractions to visit, what to eat, and more.

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Description: Atomic bomb damage, HMS Speaker's evacuation of prisoners of war from Japan Location: Nagasaki, Japan Date: September-October 1945 Our catalogue reference: ADM 1/19302 (15) This image is part of a collection of photographs found in correspondence of the Admiralty held at The National Archives. Feel free to share it within the spirit of the Commons. Please use the comments section below the pictures to share any information you have about the people, places or events shown. For…

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If you have one day in Nagasaki, Japan, you’ll get an awesome introduction to the capital of the Nagasaki Prefecture in Kyushu Island. Whether you’re…

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Our Southeast Asia cruise aboard the Diamond Princess made only one stop in Japan. The port city of Nagasaki was such an awesome place to visit giving us a desire to spend more time exploring Japan. Check out this post for ideas on what to see during a single day visit to Nagasaki. While one day is never long enough, our suggested itinerary and transportation hints will help you make the most of a port day. #WordyExplorers #japan #nagasaki #cruises #asiacruise

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( ゚毒゚)< 異世界的町並みへ潜って ゆく 階段は 淡々と整然に 時に 雑然と乱れ 並び。 ( ゚毒゚)< その白と灰 の 縞模様は 視覚的なアレの 何やら的 催眠 作用で 気付けば現実感喪失。

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Nagasaki Bio Park Flower dome - Category:Nagasaki Bio Park - Wikimedia Commons

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1. The amount of matter converted to energy in the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima was about 700 milligrams, less than one-third the mass of a U.S. dime.

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