Thursday, July 14, 2016
Sightseeing while praying at ground zero monument, the Bali bombing monument was built in the aftermath of the bombing that occurred. The monument was built and completed in 2003 named "monument to the Five continents". A year later, a new monument was inaugurated on October 12, 2004, by the head Regent of Badung Regency with named "monument to the human tragedy of bomb Explosion October 12, 2002. Bali bombing monument was built to honor humanitarian values especially the victims. Bali bomb monument, also known as Ground Zero Monument and is located on Legian street, Kuta. Legian street Kuta is one of Bali's nightlife because along the side of the road there are many bars, discos, restaurants, and hotels. Bali bombing monument is every day crowded by tourists or people who passed ply to the memory of the victims. In the monuments inscribed names and some photos of the victims that totaled 202 people.
While visiting the Bali bombing monument it doesn't forget to pray for the victims of the heinous event. All solely as a form of caring for fellow human beings. Indonesia has some of the people sentenced to death because of their role in the bombing. The criminals who have been sentenced to death admitted no regrets over their deeds.
The monument of "Ground Zero" is a monument that was built with the aim to commemorate the victims of the bomb blast at the Sari Club and Paddy's Cafe in Legian street. This monument was built upon the idea of Nyoman Rudana (Chairman of the Union of Tourist Attraction of Bali Indonesia), which recommends that established a monument at the site of the bombing. But a few days before its grand opening i.e. on 8 October has held the ceremony of Hindu ritual which aimed to cleanse and purify. The ceremony took place at the site of the detonation of the bomb and led by two Hindu priests, attended also the head Regent of Badung Regency, Anak Agung Ngurah Oka Ratmadi, along with public figures of Kuta.
In the event it is revealed 202 inhabitants died, 88 people citizens of Australia, 38 citizens of Indonesia, 27 Britons, 7 American, 6 Sweden and 3 citizens of Danes