2 A Village In the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

A Village In the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

Posted on April 14, 2015 by team

Novoshepelichi village used to be a densely populated place (3000 people). During the first days after the Chernobyl catastrophe on April 27, 1986, the radiation background here was equal to 110-130 mР/h. But the citizens were evacuated only on May 3. They stayed there for a week!

The village had a school, a house of culture, a library, a cafe, a boarding school and a kindergarten. A woodworking plant, a sewing studio and a fire station were there as well. Among those who lived in Novoshepelichi were builders of Pripyat. Blogger zametkiev paid a visit to the abandoned place to take these interesting photographs.

“Plan is the law, obligation is honor”.

The dormitory with a shop and an administrative premise. Once a group of stalkers were detained in this place by police.

One may even live here, at the base, the room has beds and the roof is dry.

A propaganda corner.

Vehiclel Department.


Everything is just like thirty years ago!

The shabby childhood…


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2 Responses to “A Village In the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone”

  1. Lusker41 says:

    Seen to many pics from here over the years

  2. tokala says:

    Great post. It’s kinda nice (in a sad way) to see Novoshepelichi is still untouched. I imagine there are less ‘visitors’ to Novoshepelichi than Pripyat so less damage happens.

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