Lost Places - Chornobyl Zone

Pripyat, Chornobyl area and other abandoned places

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Pripyat and Chornobyl Zone of Alienation

18.12.2012. Chornobyl. Return


18.12.2012. Chornobyl. ReturnAfter emergency evacuation of the Exclusion Zone on December 11, 2012, Chornobyl passed to uncertainty, expectations and finding a way out of difficult situations. Electrician repairing loosed wires, road service cleaned the snow and the weather continued “to please” and add problems – after almost zero temperatures and sleet, frosts struck up to -20оС. It became quite obvious that if in the next few days power will not be restored in Chornobyl, the entire water treatment system, water-supply and heating engineering will be lost and there will be no place for staff to return…


11.12.2012. Chornobyl. Blackout


11.12.2012. Chornobyl. Blackout It was snowing for several days, and windless weather and zero temperature only worsened the situation. In the evening of December 10 the amount of snow on tree branches and wires of power lines has reached a critical mass. It became clear that if the snow does not stop falling, then towards morning the situation will be mirthless... Throughout the night of December 10 to 11 outside I have heard crackling of falling trees, popping and snapping of short circuits in power lines.


Fukushima (福島県). The Last Day


Fukushima (福島県). The Last DayDecember 26, 2011. Around 12 a.m. we come back from Iitate to Minamisoma and go to the local city hall, to meet with the Minamisoma decontamination project director Tokio Hayama.


Iitate (飯舘村). Fukushima Prefecture. Day Five


Iitate (飯舘村). Fukushima Prefecture. Day FiveDecember 26, at 7:00 we leave our hotel in Minamisoma and go to the mountain village of Iitate.

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Die Sperrzone von Tschornobyl

By Yevgen KRANZ Goncharenko

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