6 Life Today In the Chernobyl Zone

Life Today In the Chernobyl Zone

Posted on April 30, 2012 by team

The exclusion Chernobyl zone on the terrotiry of Belarus. Tulgovichi village. It is the only local village still inhabited by people. In 1986 after the catastrophe at the Chernobyl nuclear power station all citizens of the polluted territories were evicted but some refused to leave.

Kozhushki village in Belarus is a neighbouring village to Tulgovichi. Here used to be a block post that was later moved 15 km away.

Entry to the former Tulgovichi nature reserve. Someone has shot the sign.

Empty streets of Tulgovichi

The oldest dweller here is Ivan, 87

Granny Katya’s house

Granny Katya’s house


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6 Responses to “Life Today In the Chernobyl Zone”

  1. Daniel says:

    Yes, thank you for this site. Westerners, especially Americans, are interested in this vast nation of Russia.

  2. nicolas from France says:

    Stunning people, some hope here despite the radiation level

  3. jeffrey pigden says:

    This would be a perfect place to relocate the homeless!

    • Hirsh says:

      Yes, Great idea. Never mind health sciences just banish them to the radioactive wasteland that is this part of Belarus.

    • Josef Stalin says:

      yes i agree with this man. what a great idea. we could send itailians that oppose us there too!

  4. glad-imir poopin' says:

    6 people and 1 dog. time to leave.

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