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Nagasaki, sometimes described as the Japanese San Francisco, has rolling hills that help protect its inhabitants from storms.

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Not many shrines are lucky enough to have a backdrop as beautiful as the rolling hills of Nagasaki.

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A building at a shrine in Nagasaki. Note the traditional rice-rope decoration hanging above the doorway.

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This picture is of Nagasaki's Ground Zero. On August 9, 1945, the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. Three days earlier, an atomic bomb had been also been dropped on Hiroshima. About 40,000 people died instantly. About 60,000 were injured at…

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A Nagasaki middle school performance of traditional dances.

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This picture is of the famous torii at Miyajima. Miyajima island has been occupied for hundreds of years by emperors and shogun because of it`s beauty and purity. In fact, the government, wanting to maintain the purity of Miyajima, has made it…

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A sign for the lottery.

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A stone lantern sits surrounded by rectangular pillars.

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Japanese make-up display.

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Koi at Glover Garden in Nagasaki.
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