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Chernobyl and other nuclear places of the planet
Chernobyl and other nuclear places of the planet

            Today, even those who are not in the picture know about the restricted area in Chernobyl. This is not surprising, because a powerful nuclear explosion literally overnight completely devastated an entire city and diligent territories within a radius of 30 kilometers, leaving behind only pain and an echo of the once-mighty empire. But have you ever thought about the existence of other restricted areas, which in their scale are in no way inferior to the Chernobyl exclusion zone? So we thought about it, and exhumed something&hellip ...

Dogs in the Zone…
Dogs in the Zone…

Dogs in the Zone… At checkpoints and in Chernobyl town, in the yard of the New Confinement and among the ruins of collapsed houses…  Their ancestors were left to die.  Lost creatures among other lost creatures in the deserted towns and villages of the Exclusion Zone. How may it feel to be abandoned in an abandoned place? They were to learn it, tortured by hunger, tormented by despair, having been abruptly left by those whom they loved. How many pets were there? How many of them died of radiation? How many were killed by hunting squads or wolves or just died of hun ...

Chernobyl 35: Heroes tribute
Chernobyl 35: Heroes tribute

     Chernobyl 35: Heroes tribute             They were called "biorobots" ... machines aimed at combating radiation where equipment failed …. just heroes. Yes, today we will talk about the liquidators. 35 years have passed since the catastrophe, but they will forever remain in our memory as people who gave their lives for us to live.   The first who took a pasting             The list of direct victims of the Chernobyl disaster is su ...

The Duga radar station in Chernobyl is included in the State Register of immovable monuments of Ukraine.
The Duga radar station in Chernobyl is included in the State Register of immovable monuments of Ukraine.

The Duga radar station in Chernobyl is included in the State Register of immovable monuments of Ukraine. The relevant decision was made at a government meeting. This was announced in a telegram by the minister of culture and Information Policy Alexander Tkachenko. According to him, the" arc " was added to the register to save it. "Unfortunately, over time, objects located in the Chernobyl zone are gradually being destroyed. If no action is taken, the zone will become empty over the years. This should not be allowed, because our heritage is not only the area around the p ...

Chernobyl 35 years later: why everyone should visit this place
Chernobyl 35 years later: why everyone should visit this place

Chernobyl 35 years later: why everyone should visit this place?        The anniversary of the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is approaching, so we decided to please you with another part of interesting content. Earlier, we have already said that tourism in the Chernobyl zone is flourishing even despite the quarantine restrictions. You can get acquainted with the statistics of visits in this article, but statistics are not so important. Why? Yes, because absolutely every inhabitant of the planet should visit Chernobyl at least once in a lifet ...

Woohoo! We are ready to surprise you with new emotions in new season
Woohoo! We are ready to surprise you with new emotions in new season

Well, the last month of winter is coming to an end, which means that a new season of visits to Chernobyl zone begins. It's time to take stock of last year, and answer the question: “What should we expect from the new season.” Some statistics data: According to the official data of the State Enterprise “Center for Organizational, Technical and Information Support for Management of the Exclusion Zone” for 2020, 36 450 people visited Chernobyl. And this is despite the fact that from March 18 to June, the entrance to the exclusion zone was completely closed, due t ...

What were the Soviet authorities hiding from the public?
What were the Soviet authorities hiding from the public?

         The Chernobyl accident took the lives and health of many liquidators, but it also left even more people without their homes. The tragedy provoked strong critics of the USSR from Western countries, and in order to avoid panic among the population, the authorities decided to hide a large part of the facts through secrecy. Fortunately, more than 33 years have passed since that day and many facts have come out of the shadows of secrecy. So, five facts that were hidden by the Soviet authorities.   Design flaws of the Chernobyl NPP     ...

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