Locations

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Locations

Chernobyl exclusion zone
The explosion of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant occurred in April 1986. The result of the destruction of the Fourth power unit was the transcendental level of radiation, which killed the lives of many people.
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Cooling towers
Have you long dreamed of being in an atmosphere full of incredible memories? Do you want to feel all the horror and pain of people who survived the disaster?
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Red forest
The Red Forest, which is better known as the Red Forest in Chernobyl, is one of the most dangerous and radioactive places in the Chernobyl zone.
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Arc's Secret Radar
The end of the fifties was marked by the threat of a nuclear invasion of the USSR by the United States.
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Chernobyl nuclear power plant
No one has exact information, but most likely, the Chernobyl accident in 1986 was the result of an improper design of the reactor, which was maintained by insufficiently trained personnel.
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Pripyat
The release of the HBO series, which tells about the worst nuclear catastrophe on the planet, again stirred people's interest in Pripyat.
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Chernobyl sarcophagus
Chernobyl is located 110 kilometers from Kiev - the capital of Ukraine. The Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded in April 1986.
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Soviet command center
Chernobyl is a city frozen in time. After the accident, many objects of national importance were abandoned.
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Buried village
The small village of Kopachi has oddities that are sometimes difficult to explain. Before the explosion of the Chernobyl reactor, about a thousand people lived in the village.
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Amusement park
The accident at the fourth power unit of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant claimed dozens of lives and made a vast area on the banks of the Pripyat River and adjacent territory unsuitable for human activity.
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