The more years pass after the accident the gloomier this place becomes…
Crossroads near the Rusty Forest.
A walk along the Lenin street to the central square.
Radiation sign. One of the 4 remained in the city.
Some of the typical sculptures that could be found on this street.
One of the former shops.
Road leading to the checkpoint.
The supermarket and restaurant on the central square.
The so-called “white house” and “Raduga”( “Rainbow”) store. After the disaster, the halls of this store were used as a warehouse for some radioactive furniture from the Pripyat apartments, that’s why it was under control for a long time. Now it’s also abandoned.
This is also one of the places where those lovely Soviet yellow phone booths could be found.
Dog roses. Before the accident there were 30.000 of these bushes around the whole city.
View from the windows of the central hall of the recreation center called “Power Engineer” (sounds a bit strange, but common for the Soviet times).
The Stalingrad Heroes street. It’s located in the north part of the city. Some buildings are in a good condition.
Inside that building.
Fallen phone booth on the walkway covered with grass and a hardly recognized barbed wire fence.
The Builders Avenue.
“Lazurny” swimming pool.
A clock on its roof.
A stained-glass window in a cafe.
Winter is the only time when the mosaic on the wall of the “Prometheus” cinema could be seen well.
Consumer Services Center.
A rusty mail box.
Inside the building.
The day is very short.