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Nuclear fallout: Inside a vast and imposing cooling tower of a nuclear power plant in Chernobyl that was never completed. The photographer stayed in Pripyat, the town three miles from the Chenobyl nuclear disaster of 1986

The forgotten relics of Europe's Soviet past have been captured - some for the first time - by urban exploration photographer David de Rueda, who visited nine countries in six weeks.

Here's how Chernobyl compares to other nuclear disasters.

Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster 25 Years Later (Infographic)

Here's how Chernobyl compares to other nuclear disasters.

Never seen before shots of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster that cost two of the four photographers their lives.

Never-seen-before shots of Chernobyl nuclear disaster that cost two of the four photographers their lives

Oddly people keep telling me nuclear power is safe. Never seen before shots of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster that cost two of the four photographers their lives.

Novovoronezh, Russia - April 04, 2015: Inside the control room of fifth power unit of the Novovoronezh Nuclear Power Plant. Control panel. Blog tour to Nuclear Power Plant, April 04 2015, in Russia

Novovoronezh, Russia - April 04, 2015: Inside the control room of fifth power unit of the Novovoronezh Nuclear Power Plant. Control panel. Blog tour to Nuclear Power Plant, April 04 2015, in Russia

Chernobyl disaster site enclosed by shelter to prevent radiation leaks | World news | The Guardian

Chernobyl disaster site enclosed by shelter to prevent radiation leaks

Chernobyl disaster site enclosed by shelter to prevent radiation leaks | World news | The Guardian

Image by the photographer of the Chernobyl plant, Anatoliy Rasskazov, hours after the explosion in the reactor 4, shows radioactive steam coming out of the installation. The photographer was exposed to 12 times the maximum acceptable radiation at that time. He died nineteen years later, battling cancer and blood diseases.

Chernobyl, 25 anos depois

Image made by the photographer of the Chernobyl plant, Anatoliy Rasskazov, just…

Engineers at Chernobyl test a reactor's control panel in March 1986, about a month before one of the plant's four reactors failed, leading the worst nuclear disaster of all time.

The Awesome Control Rooms that Run the World

Engineers at Chernobyl test a reactor's control panel in March about a month before one of the plant's four reactors failed, leading the worst nuclear disaster of all time.

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