The narrative details a visit to Pripyat, an abandoned city near the Chernobyl nuclear plant, revealing the remnants of a once bustling community, now reclaimed by nature and desolation. It recalls the rapid evacuation post Chernobyl disaster and subsequent cleanup to prevent the spread of radiation, leaving behind battered apartments and rusted mailboxes.
The former top-secret system Duga-1 has become a gigantic monument to the Cold War. Object “Duga-1” is an over-the-horizon radar station for early detection of launches of intercontinental missiles. The complex located near Chernobyl, Chernobyl-2, was engaged in scanning the territory of North America during the years of the Cold War. […]
The village of Kopachi was located in close proximity to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. The houses in the village were wooden, so they absorbed a large amount of radiation. The houses were demolished and buried here. Only the building of the kindergarten remained, which was repeatedly washed from radiation. […]
The city of Pripyat began to be built in 1970 as a satellite city of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Pripyat was originally planned as an exemplary city of superior comfort. Houses with better apartments, kindergartens, large spacious schools, a palace of culture, a stadium, a recreation park and much […]