The Huge East Japan Earthquake and tsunami of March 2011 has cracked a lot of buildings and has claimed 1000 of lives. And while work has begun in the clean-up  and rebuilding of a few of the disaster areas, there have been a lot of who wished to leave the wreckage as it is, as a prompt of the fury of nature and as a monument to those who have died in tsunami.

Let’s for this purpose that Google Inc. has place up Memories for the Future, an online archive of the damaged buildings and their surroundings. The Internet search giant assumed that it has added 30 such buildings for users to be capable to see the extent of damages. These buildings were witnesses to huge waves that flooded even four story buildings inland.