The sad fate of the Japanese mega-cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Large industrial and cultural center of Japan, they were literally razed to the ground in August 1945.
Historical documents indicate that the bomb that fell in the suburbs, razed to the ground about 36% of the buildings of Nagasaki, and 90% of buildings destroyed Hiroshima bomb lands straight to the city center. But it’s the story …
Since 1949, the “dead city” was reduced and today Hiroshima and Nagasaki – the two luxury prosperous city with a million people. On the last tragedy resemble a crushed and charred skeletons of the former Chamber of Commerce, were in the midst of destruction, who now styled ‘Cathedral of the atomic bomb. ” And yet – the former World Park in the city center, created under the motto “The second Hiroshima – no!”. Here’s how to look these cities today.
It is hard to imagine that back in 1945 on the site of blooming gardens, children’s entertainment centers, factories, schools and stores were burnt, black desert, abandoned atomic bombs.
By the way, “According to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the average life expectancy of Japanese men has risen to 79.19 years, women – 85.99 years.
These data, based on statistics, a record high. In particular, the 23rd consecutive year, Japanese women hold first place in life. “Strong people, these slender and small Japanese!