Of course, walking in Pripyat, it is difficult to resist the temptation to walk through the apartments in abandoned houses and go up to the roof. We climbed to the roof of the sixteen-story building in Pripyat.
Chernobyl nuclear power plant, it can be seen from everywhere
The former secret radar Duga is perfectly visible from Pripyat
In Pripyat everything is buried in greenery
50 thousand people lived in Pripyat. It was more prestigious to have an apartment in Pripyat than in Kyiv. All residents of Pripyat were evacuated in 2 hours and 40 minutes. The convoy of buses stretched for 13 km.
After the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and the evacuation of the inhabitants of Pripyat, the first thing the soldiers did was to collect and take all the food from the refrigerators to the burial ground in order to prevent an epidemic. Later the residents of Pripyat were allowed to return and collect their personal valuables, such as photographs, etc. After that, objects that accumulated a lot of radiation were thrown out of windows and taken to burial grounds, mainly there were televisions and tape recorders. Looters took a lot. Furniture was also thrown out and taken to the burial grounds. Then houses and streets were repeatedly washed with Lotus powder. I remember he was in a severe deficit.
Let’s take a look at the abandoned apartments. There is not much whole furniture left in the apartments, at least in this house. Here’s someone’s hallway furniture
There was the kitchen
Here is someone’s bed in a one-room apartment
This apartment has a complete set of soviet furniture
The mailboxes in the house are completely rusted