• 1. The city of Pripyat, home to about 50,000 people before the nuclear disaster

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  • 2. Pripyat Central Square

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  • 3. Lenin

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  • 4. Apartment block

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  • 5. Classroom

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  • 6. Swimming pool

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  • 7. Apartments

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  • 8. Main boulevard

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  • 10. Supermarket

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  • 11. Sports hall

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  • 12. Bumper cars

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  • 13. Palace of culture

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  • 14. Newspaper from 1986

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  • 21. A massive Ferris Wheel that was to be inaugurated just four days after the Chernobyl disaster. Needless to say that after 26th April, 1986 there was no one to operate the machine and certainly no children to enjoy the ride.

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  • 22. Technology from 1986

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  • 23. Abandoned gas masks

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  • 27. Inside the Palace of Culture

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  • 36. Chernobyl Bay

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  • 42. Radiated vehicles

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  • 44. Hotel Corridor

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  • 45. Military technical college

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