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Ganbaku Dome is a destroyed building close to the hypocenter in downtown Hiroshima where the United States military dropped the first atomic bomb ever used in a real war. Today this building is treated as a symbol of peace and listed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. |Source=Template:Own |Date= Mar, 2007 / Hiroshima, Japan |Author= SElefant


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