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At this spot, as reverent a place as you can find anywhere, reflect on one of the worst events to happen to humankind and the dire importance of it never being repeated.
Climb the hill and be treated to two features: a panoramic city view and estates of wealthy magnates. The harbor activity below is fascinating to watch.
During your visit to Nagasaki, you can search for that perfect souvenir at Hamanomachi Arcade. Wander the waterfront and Chinatown in the area.
Walk across this ancient bridge to find everlasting love. That’s the intriguing legend but the area alone is certainly lovely.
About three centuries after people were killed for their religious beliefs, this church was built to honor them. Visit Japan’s oldest church of its type.
The atomic bomb’s shock factor never lessens with time. A walk through this building makes sure it’s not forgotten. Comprehend this horrific event by visiting here.
You can study the exhibits at Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture, a museum with a storied past, during your travels to Nagasaki. While you're in the area, find time to visit its shops.
You can browse the exhibits at Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum, a museum with a storied past, during your travels to Nagasaki. While you're in the area, find time to visit its shops.
Tour this place that was once the most densely populated area in the world until everyone suddenly left. Feelings of awe and eeriness predominate and cameras click.
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It’s bright and bold and provides an exciting perspective on the city. Walk through this area to experience various businesses and cultural aspects.
While visiting Dejimamachi, you might make a stop by sights like Nagasaki Dejima and Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum.