35 Chernobyl Amusement Park

Chernobyl Amusement Park

Posted on September 22, 2010 by team

For the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Chernobyl accident they are going to turn the exclusion zone into a giant museum-park. It is believed that excursions there will be popular among tourists.
This place used to be a home for someone. After the explosion this area became “a desert island.” Chernobyl became a synonym of “death” and many hearts are still wrung when this tragedy is mentioned. However it doesn’t prevent them from turning this evil place into an amusement park.

chernobil014chernobil015via pravda.ru

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35 Responses to “Chernobyl Amusement Park”

  1. Archy Bunka says:

    Furst there meatheads…

  2. Archy Bunka says:

    Triumph of socialism, the Chernobyl incident: let’s experiment with the reactor, and not bother to inform the nightshift! It’s sounds like where I work…

  3. Pico says:

    It really looks like che city in mission 13-14 of “Call of Duty 4 – Modern warfare”…

  4. Bas says:

    Your site now has pop up spams. I will report it to google and also remove it from my bookmarks. SOrry that you assumed you have such a great website that adding a few pop ups won’t annoy the visitors and drive them off.

  5. Testicules says:

    Chernobly is the pearl of the Soviet experiment. Nothing shows the success of communism like that glistening…Err Glowing city on the hill.

  6. zipp says:

    not this again :-0

  7. George Johnson says:

    Hey!! Let’s all go to Russia and get exposed to radiation!!! Wheee!!! Oh yeah, tourists…. If they sign up, just shoot them please.

    And it’s DESERTED island, not DESERT island.

    Look up the definitions of Desert, and Deserted….

    • Vladimir Strouff says:

      You get more radiation on a sunny beach day. I’ll keep visiting radioactive places wherever avaliable.

    • Dixieland says:

      Settle down.

    • CottonCentury says:

      Yeah, calm down :)

      Oh and desert island is perfectly fine. An island that is barren of all life. Deserted implies something different and does not fit the use that the writer of this page intended.

    • Jim-Bob says:

      You receive a dose of radiation every day you are alive. Radiation becomes dangerous when you receive a large dose in a short period of time. If this happens, your body cannot repair the damage and problems occur. So long as you monitor your dosage rate by wearing a dosimeter and carrying a scintillation type Geiger counter (a Geiger-Muller tube type, like the CDV-700 models, could become super-saturated and give false low readings), most places in Pripyat can be safely explored to an extent. You probably would not want to go near the containment vessel or the plant itself as that would still be highly dangerous. Remember that a day trip is not the same as living there. That WOULD be dangerous.

  8. Shternberg says:

    yep, I noticed that too

  9. Dixieland says:

    What is going on in here comrades? I would love to visit that site. I bet it is peaceful.

  10. Bogdan says:

    That is Prypiat, not Chernobyl.

  11. Fake Tourist says:

    I want to go there real bad. Seems like the only chance you’d ever get to visit the Soviet Union.

  12. phil says:

    COD modern warfare!!!

  13. AXDR44 says:

    Went there last year, a very interesting and amazing place to visit. The dead silence in such a built up and urban area is very eerie indeed.

    • Dixieland says:

      Tell us more. Any photos?

      • AXDR44 says:

        Yeah I took loads of photos similar to those in this post except it was the middle of winter so every thing was covered in snow. We went into one of the primary schools near by and all of the childrens books were still on the desks with the last date entered being the 26th April 1986. It is indeed like stepping back into Soviet times and like I say very creepy.

  14. CZenda says:

    The place should be left to rot in peace. Radiation can save it from the destiny of Auschwitz, which became a tourist attraction with a limited value to speak of the horrors which happened there.

  15. Kilroy Was Here says:

    It’s all such a sad, horrible tragedy…

  16. SovMarxist1924 says:

    The US has it’s disaster areas also: Love Canal, New York, Picher, Oklahoma, the Rust Belt… Industrialization has both beneficial and deleterious effects.

  17. Allie says:

    I love all the communist symbols all around. It looks like a really creepy ghost town, Pripyat, Chernobyl was such a terrible accident though it makes sense.

  18. SSSR says:

    This city is on the television program called “Life After People”.Welcome to Earth,population 0.

  19. jed118 says:

    Before 5…

  20. BigCrow says:

    I know these places from the game ‘Call of Duty 4′

  21. Vornaskotti says:

    Went there this summer. Can’t wait to get back. I so much hope I could have made the trip ten years ago, though, when the rampaging hordes of one day tourists were still absent. Luckily we had another day just to ourselves.


  22. russia_bound says:

    Uh kinda odd that it says they are putting up a amusement park where a nuclear disaster happened.. funny… well cool pictures thanks for the uploads…

  23. richardos23 says:

    they could bring some of those houses to London, so londoners will be happy to escape homeless

  24. Strelok says:

    Been there. Bring bolts, bread, red bull, bandages, and some stray glowing object. Watch out for rocket launchers.

  25. jayman419 says:

    That looks like Hit Girl drawn on the wall in the second shot of that pool.

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