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Photographs of Chernobyl and the ghost town of Pripyat by Michael Day

Snow-covered dodgems at the fairground - Photographs of Chernobyl and the ghost town of Pripyat by Michael Day

Pripyat in the snow

Another winter arrives in ghostly Chernobyl town

Amateur photographer, Ryan Field, from East Sussex, took the photos in Pripyat, the city famous for the Chernobyl disaster which shook the world in

Closed!- abandoned Chernobyl amusement park

Chernobyl Amusement park in Pripyat, Ukraine was scheduled to open on May 1986 but the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant took place on April 26 that year only 5 days before the grand opening, causing the residents of the city to be evacuated.

Pripyat, Ukraine Site of the infamous Chernobyl incident, the entire city had to be abandoned in 1986 due to nuclear radiation. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Pripyat, Ukraine - Site of the infamous Chernobyl incident, the entire city had to be abandoned in 1986 due to nuclear radiation. Haunting Photos Of Abandoned Cities Around The World

A Belarussian villager pushes a trolley in the village of Tulgovichi, near the 19-mile exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor on February 22. Today, the Belarus border region from which the locals were evacuated in 1986 is a weird, overgrown wilderness - teeming with wildlife but virtually devoid of people, its shops and homes fast disappearing under a tangle of foliage. Tulgovichi, which once had about 1,000 inhabitants, is still home to a handful of pensioners who refuse to…

Chernobyl disaster 25th anniversary

A Belarussian villager pushes a trolley in the village of Tulgovichi, near the 19-mile exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor on February 22. Today, the Belarus border region from which the locals were evacuated in 1986 is a weird, overgrown wilderness - teeming with wildlife but virtually devoid of people, its shops and homes fast disappearing under a tangle of foliage. Tulgovichi, which once had about 1,000 inhabitants, is still home to a handful of pensioners who refuse to…

Yanov Train station is the last stop which serviced the city of Pripyat and is to the south-west of the city, said Wright. Most of the population of Pripyat were evacuated from here.

In pictures: Dark Pripyat

Ric Wright: Yanov Train, Pripyat in Chernobyl exclusion zone. Stunning images of real post-apocalyptic city. This train kind of like a reverse transporter? Took citizens out of danger but into continuing long-term global danger?

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Beautiful Norwegian Foliage-Covered Green Roofs Norwegian Grass roof homes – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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