In the Atomic Bomb Museum, there is lots of information in written form to absorb. This display, explaining how the bomb works, shows the scale of the device.
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The bomb is not very large in size. However, it makes a lot of bad things.
30 Oct 2015 6:26am
It is very moving to think of these bombs which made so much and so many useless deaths. Thank you for having shared this tribute with us
30 Oct 2015 8:47am
Impressionnant cette photo!!
30 Oct 2015 9:02am
impressionnante cette reproduction d'engin de mort! amitiés
30 Oct 2015 9:14am
An impressive piece of metal. The people around it helps to appreciate the impact such a size weapon would create from a great height.
30 Oct 2015 10:11am
Doesn't look like much when you see them in the museum, do they? But oh, the destruction.
30 Oct 2015 11:03am
30 Oct 2015 1:05pm
Impressiv and very interesting .
30 Oct 2015 2:36pm
An interesting and grim reminder of this device's awesome power.
30 Oct 2015 3:24pm
Superb documentary shot.:-)
The size does not honor of the destructive power. (Neither of the bomd or other latest deadliest artifact).
30 Oct 2015 3:58pm
30 Oct 2015 4:28pm
Impressive image and great details. Destructive power. :)
30 Oct 2015 6:30pm
pas grosse pour une bombe qui a fait tant demorts ... bon week-end
30 Oct 2015 6:45pm
Impressive. And great light captured.
30 Oct 2015 7:08pm
Impactful image. WIsh we did not have to have bombs
30 Oct 2015 7:58pm
30 Oct 2015 8:16pm
Brrr ! very impressive !
31 Oct 2015 6:34am
31 Oct 2015 9:31am
Superbe vue et compo quel forme quel obus superbe.
31 Oct 2015 4:00pm
This is gripping!
1 Nov 2015 2:45pm
Yes it really gives one pause to see this replica... the size, the design... strange feeling...
1 Nov 2015 8:42pm
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