• Kyodo


Some 700 designs for a new peace memorial submitted by children from around the world were put on display Monday in Hiroshima’s Naka Ward so that people can vote for their favorite one.

Those that collect the most votes during the three-day exhibition at the Aster Plaza gallery will then be judged by a group of experts. After they select the winning design, the search for the memorial site will begin.

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