10 Apartments of Chernobyl

Apartments of Chernobyl

Posted on May 26, 2014 by tim

“Apartments of Chernobyl.” What does this phrase mean, what associations it cause in your mind?

Unlike the fully resettled and long abandoned Pripyat, where only the laundry is operating now, the city of Chernobyl is partly residential – workers live there – liquidators who undertake the construction of a new Chernobyl containment structure and totally eliminate the consequences of the accident. In the city there are also old abandoned sectors, consisting mainly of the private sector. Since 1986, only the wind of emptiness walks there.

A private residence near downtown. According to the type of road surface, this was a busy city street.


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10 Responses to “Apartments of Chernobyl”

  1. qgqsdgsq says:

    The authors should improve their English. It’s full of mistakes and thus hard to read.

    • Hugh says:

      So let us know how good your Russian is. Apparently, you can’t even type your own name.
      If you’re not going to say something useful – don’t say anything at all!

    • Maxim Ч. says:

      I’ve got that, so I therefore realize that not everyone on Earth speaks English as a first language, and I don’t demand them to do so.

    • Leah says:

      I actually don’t mind the mistakes and/or choppy English. To me, it makes it more interesting to read! Plus, I love the photos of abandoned places on this site, because there are a lot of captions explaining things, which is hard to find elsewhere (especially if it’s in a country outside of the US).

  2. Itte says:

    Do tell, how they TOTALLY eliminate the consequences of the accident?

  3. javox says:

    very nice post…hope one day could go to visit that place, again everyone know ukraine is not russia, this web is about russia and all the countries who belonged one day to the soviet union =)

  4. Anon says:

    “All the kitchen furniture, the tables and chairs – everything, was there in 1986, nothing new has been purchased since that time.”
    Amongst other things:
    I’m sure the Brita pitcher with its Water Filter System was purchased after 1986. What about that water boiler or that – not rusty at all – tin can on the left of the pitcher. Maybe we could also mention that brand new radiator -circa 1986- just under the window. That flashy blue plastic bottle of household cleaner near the TV does not look 1986 legit either.

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