Things to see and do - Nagasaki
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In the 16C Nagasaki was a busy port where goods from Europe and China arrived, centre of evangelisation then persecution of the Christians… then came the death blow on 9 August 1945. The Urakami quarter still bears the physical scars of the atomic bomb. Climbing Mt Inasa (Inasayama) does not necessarily help gain distance from history, but from the summit (333m) you can take in a superb view of this city that is enjoying renewed dynamism. It is also pleasant to stroll about Chinatown and Glover Garden, which hovers between East and West.
Tourist attractions Nagasaki : Things to see and do
J - Nagasaki
The 9 August 1945 was a defining moment in the history of the world. The exhibition conveys the horror and devastation wrought by the bomb dropped at 11.02am, and its interminable implications for future generations, fuelling the debate on whether or..
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Twenty-six Christians - 6 foreigners and 20 Japanese - were forced to walk from Kyoto to this Japanese Golgotha on Nishizaka Hill, where they were crucified on 5 February 1597. This monument was built in 1962 to pay homage to the Christian martyrs, a..
Daikokumachi 4-11 J - Nagasaki
A 3-minute walk from Nagasaki Train Station, Orion Hotel is close to several famous places in the city. It offers comfortable rooms and free Wi-Fi throughout the premises. A launderette and drinks vending machines are on-site, and an in-room massage ..
Hamahira 2-14-1 J - Nagasaki
Nisshokan Shinkan Baishokaku is located in the Nagasaki City, a 10-minute drive from Nagasaki Peace Park. Featuring beautiful views of Nagasaki, it offers a public bath and free parking. Shinkan Baishokaku Nisshokan is a 15-minute drive from the Glo..
Onoue-machi 1-1 J - Nagasaki
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