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A View of debris and mud covered at Tsunami hit Destroyed Industrial Area in Ofunato on March 23, 2011, Japan. On 11 March 2011, an earthquake hit Japan with a magnitude of 9.0, the biggest in the nation's recorded history and one of the five most powerful recorded ever around the world. Within an hour of the earthquake, towns which lined the shore were flattened by a massive tsunami, caused by the energy released by the earthquake. With waves of up to four or five metres high, they crashed through civilians homes, towns and fields.

"3D render and image composing: Topographic Map of Japan with focus on the nuclear disaster at Fukushima. A radioactive sign marks the place of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster because of the TAhoku earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.Relief texture and satellite images courtesy of NASA. Further data source courtesy of CIA World Data Bank II database.Related images:"

Rescue Team searching operation on debris and mud covered at Tsunami hit Destroyed city in Rikuzentakata on March 20, 2011, Japan. On 11 March 2011, an earthquake hit Japan with a magnitude of 9.0, the biggest in the nation's recorded history and one of the five most powerful recorded ever around the world. Within an hour of the earthquake, towns which lined the shore were flattened by a massive tsunami, caused by the energy released by the earthquake. With waves of up to four or five metres high, they crashed through civilians homes, towns and fields.

Rescue Team searching operation on debris and mud covered at Tsunami hit Destroyed city in Rikuzentakata on March 20, 2011, Japan. On 11 March 2011, an earthquake hit Japan with a magnitude of 9.0, the biggest in the nation's recorded history and one of the five most powerful recorded ever around the world. Within an hour of the earthquake, towns which lined the shore were flattened by a massive tsunami, caused by the energy released by the earthquake. With waves of up to four or five metres high, they crashed through civilians homes, towns and fields.

Ischinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan - August 21, 2011: Ishinomaki, one of the most damaged Japanese city due to the 2011 tidal wave. This picture has been took after 6 month from the disaster giving an idea of the destruction that the tsunami left on the territory.

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