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広島 Hiroshima 256x256 (Japan)


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This map is a recreation of Hiroshima City.
It is famous for its okonomiyaki and Itsukushima Shrine.
Google Map
https://goo.gl/maps/YGra7eZxgXPtUSo37
Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiroshima

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It was named 広島 (Broad Island) because the delta area looked like a broad island.
Maple is a symbol of Hiroshima. (Like Canada)

Of course, you can build a dam.

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Hiroshima was the first city in the world to be hit by an atomic bomb.
It was the most primitive and weakest atomic bomb ever invented by humanity, but it was powerful enough to wipe out the city.

Ironically, thanks to the fear of nuclear weapons, humanity entered the era of "peace".
If it weren't for nuclear weapons, humanity would have fought many more disastrous wars.
So they produced more and more powerful nuclear weapons.

One day, a war broke out.
Fortunately, It was the final war for hoomans.
-One beaver says

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