Category Archives: Historical Park

Discovery : War in the Pacific National Historical Park

Discovery (Post#29) : War in the Pacific National Historical Park Aside from the memorial wall that has been put up to Asan Bay Overlook and the scenic view that it offers to the visitors, the ridge line has historical importance to the island. War in the Pacific National Historical Park boundaries are huge to emphasize its significance. There are three

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park – A Walk to Remember

Peace Memorial Park was built and dedicated not only to the victims of the nuclear bomb, not only to remember that Hiroshima was the first city to suffer the nuclear attack but to continue advocating the world peace. Atomic Bomb Dome is part of Peace Memorial Park but I separated the rest of the Memorial Park as I wanted to

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Hiroshima – An Introduction To The Home of Two World Heritage Sites

Because Hiroshima is very far from Tokyo, I booked a domestic flight in ANA Airlines, where I found the cheapest price available at the time that I was booking the flight because I was able to maximize their offer price for foreign visitors. After watching Sumo event and after spending time in Akihabara, when we reached the hotel, we immediately

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Ueno Park – One of Japan’s First Public Park and Once Kaneiji’s Ground

Ueno Park Ueno Park From Tokyo Station, we took JR Yamanote Line to Ueno Station. We got off at Ueno Station to visit Ueno Park. The park entrance is just beside the Ueno Station and because of this no one will ever miss the park by any visitors. We checked the map and search for things we can see around

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Chromatic Outlook : Australian War Memorial

Chromatic Outlook (Post#6): Australian War Memorial Australian War Memorial is Australia’s national memorial to remember its military forces and other supporting forces who died for its country. I had a chance to visit this place last June 2013 when I visited Canberra which is the Australian Capital City (called as Australian Capital Territory). This post has been updated to add

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Name Of The Place : Fort Edmonton Park

Name Of The Place (Post#6) : Fort Edmonton Park As I am looking for next photos to be posted in this series of categories under “Name Of The Place”, I found this photo which just right here. Fort Edmonton Park is located in Edmonton City, Capital City of Alberta Province in Canada, I captured this photo when I visited the

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Chromatic Outlook : Sovereign Hill

Chromatic Outlook (Post#5) : Sovereign Hill Touring outside Melbourne were one of my goals while staying in Australia. Sovereign Hill was just one of the classic and historical places to visit in Ballarat in Victoria state. Sovereign Hill is a throwback days of Gold Rush period in Ballarat which occurred half of 18th century. I loved the places because you

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