Ruined Shinto shrine in Nagasaki after attack
Remains of a Shinto shrine in Nagasaki, Japan following the atomic blast. The arch is made of elements. This plus the fact that the blast could go through and around the structure, enabled it to escape destruction. Image date: October 1945.
Image ID: 001792
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