How Pripyat Would Look If Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster Never Happened

How Pripyat Would Look If Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster Never Happened

The explosion at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant happened in the early hours of 26 April 1986. Since then, nearly 3,000 square miles of territory in northern Ukraine and parts of Belarus have been depopulated, with 1,000 square miles considered an exclusion zone due to elevated levels of radiation. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Created Family Protective Suits After The News About Children With Congenital Cancer

Russian Artist Created Family Protective Suits After The News About Children With Congenital Cancer

Krasnoyarsk artist Vasily Slonov presented protective suits for mother and embryo after the news about infants with cancer in the region. Three such cases were recorded in 2019. Continue reading »

The Dead City Of Pripyat Now Has A Christmas Tree!

The Dead City Of Pripyat Now Has A Christmas Tree!

The dead city of Pripyat now has a Christmas tree! Some former citizens of the city joined the small celebration. They willingly came to decorate the tree installed next to the Palace of Culture “Energetik”. Some photos of their childhood years are hanging now on the tree together with decorations. Continue reading »

CyberHouse: Russian Architects Make Tesla Cybertruck Inspired House To Survive A Nuclear Apocalypse

CyberHouse: Russian Architects Make Tesla Cybertruck Inspired House To Survive A Nuclear Apocalypse

The new Tesla model unveiled by Ilon Musk left many scratching their chins. MODERN HOUSE architects suggest a scenario under which the weirdness of Cybertrack’s engineering and design makes sense. Continue reading »

Canadian Photographer Shows Life In The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone Today

Canadian Photographer Shows Life In The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone Today

This photo project illustrates real life in the Chernobyl exclusion zone three decades after the catastrophe of 1986 that made over 300 000 people evacuate. But some refused to leave and stayed. A Canadian photographer Robyn Von Swank paid a visit to them to take pictures of their daily life. When she was roaming about one of the abandoned villages, she notices traces behind her and a pack of wolves following her… Continue reading »

Daredevil Ukrainian Stalkers Took Stunning Photos Inside The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone In 2019

Daredevil Ukrainian Stalkers Took Stunning Photos Inside The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone In 2019

Serega Strange is a self-taught photographer, and urbex explorer from Ukraine, who likes to capture an abandoned world inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Serega visited the abandoned city Pripyat and the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. He shares some amazing selfies on his Instagram. Continue reading »

This Couple Converts The Real Cold War Nuclear Missile Base Into The Luxury Airbnb

This Couple Converts The Real Cold War Nuclear Missile Base Into The Luxury Airbnb
Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP Photo

Mathew Fulkerson and his wife Leigh Ann pose at their Subterra Airbnb located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kansas, USA. Continue reading »

Inside Chernobyl’s No-Go Zone 30 Years After The Nuclear Apocalypse

The town of Pripyat, in Ukraine, sprang up just three kilometres from the ill-fated Chernobyl power plant. But on April 26 1986, one of the reactors deep within the plant exploded, causing the world’s worst nuclear disaster.

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Photographer Roland Verant, 35, from Vienna, captured a series of stunning images of the Ukrainian town of Pripyat, 30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster that decimated the town. Continue reading »

Dreadful Mushroom-Cloud of Lightning Looks Like Nuclear Burst

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Photo: Stefano Garau/Carters News Agency

Residents of the normally-sunny island of Sardinia could have been forgiven for running for the hills when this terrifying mushroom cloud appeared in the skies during an intense thunderstorm. Continue reading »

A Giant Nuclear Mushroom Cloud Made of Steel

A Giant Nuclear Mushroom Cloud Made of Steel

An installation made of steel utensils in the shape of a giant mushroom cloud refers to the dust-cloud of atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in New Delhi, India. (Kevin Frayer/Associated Press)

Inside Fukushima Daiichi: First Tour of Wrecked Nuclear Plant Since Disaster

Inside Fukushima Daiichi: First Tour of Wrecked Nuclear Plant Since Disaster

Officials from the Tokyo Electric Power Co. and journalists look out from bus windows as workers pass by in a van inside the grounds of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, November 12, 2011. Conditions at Japan’s wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant, devastated by a tsunami in March, were slowly improving to the point where a “cold shutdown” would be possible as planned, officials said on Saturday during a tour of the facility. The nuclear reactor buildings were still surrounded by crumpled trucks, twisted metal fences, and large, dented water tanks. Smaller office buildings around the reactors were left as they were abandoned on March 11, when the tsunami hit. (REUTERS/David Guttenfelder/Poo) Continue reading »