Following the atomic bombing of Nagasaki on the 9th of August, 1945, a peace treaty aimed at procuring a world where there will be no use of atomic bombs in any way was written. Many countries contributed to this treaty and showed their devotion to peace through donations of statues and monuments that are beautifully displayed at the Peace Park. The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, now known as Czech Socialist Republic, donated the Joy of Life Statue and the Statue of Peace was donated by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic. Also at the park is the Fountain of Peace, built to commemorate the lives lost during the atomic bombing. The Nagasaki Peace Park is open 24/7 all year round and has no entrance fee. Explore this beautiful environment anytime, any day. Additionally, you should consider dressing in traditional Japanese clothing, kimonos, because the park is a wonderful place to take photos. Kimono Hoppen is an English-friendly rental shop with a large selection of beautiful kimonos. They are ready to provide you with traditional Japanese clothing that will look great on you.
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