More Abandoned Pripyat

Once thriving Soviet city, now a rotting reminder of the dangers of a cataclysmic nuclear power disaster.

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The abandoned city of Pripyat with Chernobyl nuclear plant in the distance. by Jason Minshull

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The Pripyat swimming pool was still in use by liquidators in 1996, a decade after the Chernobyl incident. By Derek83

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In 2009, over two decades after the Chernobyl incident, the Pripyat swimming pool shows decay after years of disuse. by Tim Suess

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The Abandoned Sport Hall in Pripyat-Chernobyl Area. by Shanomag

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A sea of gas masks in the Pripyat school. by Jennifer Boyer

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Football field stadium in Pripyat. by calflier001

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Football field stadium in Pripyat. by calflier001

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Abandoned Pripyat by calflier001

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Pripyat abandoned memorial. by calflier001

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Soviet insignia on the roof of the Voskhod building, view from Hotel Polissya in the ghost city of Pripyat near Chernobyl. by Timm Suess

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Book on Lenin at Pripyat school. by Jennifer Boyer

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Ferris Wheel by David Holt

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Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant closeup of statue. by David Holt

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After the disaster, four square kilometers of pine forest directly downwind of the reactor turned reddish-brown and died, earning the name of the “Red Forest.” by Timm Suess

 

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A radioactive sign hangs on barbed wire outside a café in Pripyat. by D. Markosian

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Abandoned nursery in Pripyat by Jason Rogers

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