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The Landscape of the Atomic Bomb Dome and Around Peace Memorial Park

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The view from the pillars of the Peace Memorial Museum through the Cenotaph for the A-bomb Victims to the Atomic Bomb Dome is called the North-South Line. The City of Hiroshima has carefully fostered this view as a landscape that symbolizes Peace City Hiroshima and works to pass this important landscape on to the next generation.

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The Atomic Bomb Dome is a World Heritage Site and, as a silent witness that speaks of the atrocities of the atomic bombing, it plays a crucial role in conveying a message of peace to the next generation. Peace Memorial Park, where the Atomic Bomb Dome is located, is a place to console the souls of the victims of the atomic bombing. It is also a place to pray for the abolition of nuclear weapons and the realization of lasting world peace. To convey the atrocities of the atomic bombing to the next generation. To learn, think about, and discuss peace. A place for people to gather and relax. 

Working to shape the landscape of the Atomic Bomb Dome and the area surrounding Peace Memorial Park not only promotes peace-related initiatives, it also solidifies the roles of the Atomic Bomb Dome and Peace Memorial Park and it is extremely important to conveying a message of peace to the world.

Within this landscape, the view from the pillars of the Peace Memorial Museum through the Cenotaph for the A-bomb Victims to the Atomic Bomb Dome, called the North-South Line, is extremely important and must be passed down to the next generation as a landscape that symbolizes Peace City Hiroshima. In order to create an environment worthy of this extremely important view, we have made it our mission to ensure that no buildings or structures are visible behind the Atomic Bomb Dome in order to create the "Ideal View."

 

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Our Ideal View

Taking into account its significance, our ideal view is one in which 
buildings and structures cannot be seen within a certain area
behind the Atomic Bomb Dome on the North-South Line. 
Plants and trees are used to cover a portion of visible buildings.

Initiatives to Realize our Ideal View

To realize our Ideal View, we have created the framework for a highly effective Landscape Plan (including detailed landscape plans, height restrictions for height control districts, etc.), which came into effect beginning January 4, 2022. 

For more details about this Landscape Plan, please see Revised Hiroshima City Landscape Plan (Japanese).


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