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    Tourism
    in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

    Chernobyl
    is situated in central Ukraine and is recognized as the land of
    nuclear meltdown. The place is renowned all over the world for the
    nuclear reactor disaster which took place on April 26, 1986. The
    incident not only took thousands of lives but it also left the world
    in a state of trauma, sorrow, and pain leaving behind an indelible
    imprint in the minds of millions which can never be recovered.

    Now
    the place is much safer than before. If you are planning to visit the
    place and explore the life there, we have listed some amazing places
    which you must include in your trip. Visit chernobyl exclusion zone with us.

    Ghost
    Houses

    Chernobyl
    Exclusion Zone has numerous abandoned houses having huge cracks in
    their walls. One can easily find numerous wild trees surrounding
    these houses representing the longevity of these abandoned places.
    There is no electricity and water supply in the region. One has to
    manage the things themselves. Instead of the rough, hard and
    unpleasant situation of the place you will still find some people
    living over there.

    The
    Red Forest

    The
    red forest reminds us about the nuclear disaster incident which took
    place few years back in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. This red forest
    covers a region of about 10 KM squares.

    When
    the incident took place, the red forest acted as a life savior for
    many people living in nearby region. The forest absorbed most of the
    harmful radiations of the place turning the forest in red color.
    Scientists still claims that the radiation of the place is several
    times more than that of the nearby regions. Therefore, it is always
    recommended to stay away from the place if you don’t want to inhale
    the poisonous dust in your body.

    Duga
    3: Abandoned Radio Structure

    Duga
    3 once acted as a huge missile detecting system. The place is located
    few miles away from nuclear power plant. The structure is made on
    steel covering an area of about 460*100 meters.

    Duga
    3 was named as Russian Woodpecker due to its nature of tapping noise
    and disrupting the radio communication worldwide. The system was once
    used to broadcast in the shortwave radio band.

    However,
    now the place is used by the amateurs as a transmission tower.

    Pripyat

    Pripyat
    is a small town located at the shore of nearby river having the same
    name as that of the town. In 1970, the place was having a population
    of more than 49+. However, with the nuclear disaster which took place
    in Chernobyl the place is hardly left with few handful families.

    The
    incident has severely affected the place. The school gym, bus
    stations, houses, music schools, factories, hotels that once used to
    an ace of Pripyat is now converted to abandoned rocks.

    For
    someone who wants to take a venture of this dismal dark place,
    Chernobyl is open for the tourists. Each year, more than 10k+
    tourists visit the place, exploring and wondering how beautiful the
    place was few years back.  

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