to connectVideoNew photos show what is left of the cities and towns of Chernobyl and Pripyat after the world’s worst nuclear disaster
The new photos show how nature is the recovery of a town abandoned after the nuclear disaster in 33 years. A two-year project of research, from the haunting remains of Chernobyl and Pripyat in the Ukraine, a show of gas masks scattered all over it and the dolls left in a day care center.
The site of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster, is set to officially become a major tourist attraction, as well as Ukraine announced Wednesday.
The President, Volodymyr Zelensky, the signing of a resolution to designate the area as the site of the 1986 disaster into a tourist site, after the area saw an increase in the number of visitors after the release of the popular HBO “Agent” mini-series.
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“Chernobyl is one of the negative part of the Ukraine’s note,” Zelensky said at the signing ceremony, according to the BBC. “The time has come for this to change.”
The Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky announced plans to designate the site of the nuclear disaster of Chernobyl in 1986, is a tourist destination.
The chairman described the area as “a unique place on the planet where nature is reviving after a large-scale technological disaster,” and said to him: hiking trails, waterways and checkpoints, will be used for the site’s visitors.
Zelensky, unveiled the plans as he has devoted an enormous structure built for the containment of the radioactive rubble of reactor No. 4 — a project that will cost about $1.7 billion to build, and it took nine years of age.
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The April 1986 disaster at least 30 people died in the immediate aftermath of the explosion in the reactor, or in acute radiation sickness in the next few months, and it has led to a widespread environmental disaster.
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The accident occurred in the former Soviet union, Ukraine is exposed to millions and millions of people in the area to dangerous levels of radiation, and may be forced into a large-scale, permanent evacuation of hundreds of cities, towns, and villages in the Ukraine and white russia, as radioactive material spewed out all over Europe.
Higher education in May, he made his debut in a five-part mini-series about the explosion, which once again drew attention to the area. Tour operations in the vicinity of the plant are credited with an increase in the tourism industry at the show.
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“A lot of people come here, they ask a lot of questions about the TV show, it’s about all of the events,” the tour guide, Victoria Brozhko, told Reuters last month. “People are getting more and more curious.”
Itineraries offered by local tour companies, including the guided-bus-tours in the Zone and put it in to leave the villages in the vicinity of the Accident, and then “sightseeing” in the city, which are their own memorials, and the robots are used for hazardous materials after a disaster. They can also be placed outside of the fourth reactor is now covered by the New Safe confinement structure.
Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.