People that lived in Pripyat didn’t imagine that they would never go back.
A haunting graffiti :
Although radiation levels are still high, graffiti artists have managed to get through and paint on the walls.
The abandoned school.
The sounds of silence
There used to be music here, now there’s only silence
The power of nature.
Nature has reclaimed the once thriving city.
The ghost of a fairground.
All we can see are the remains of what used to be a place for children to play.
An emergency evacuation.
The buildings stand exactly as they were left, almost 30 years ago.
A guided tour.
Roland Verant, a photographer from Vienna, got access to the no-go site accompanied by a trained guide.
Only 3 hours to evacuate.
Families had to rush out, leaving most of their belongings behind.
The swimming pool.
Layers of dust cover the diving board and pool where workers and their families once went for a swim.
A sad ‘site’.
Fragments of furniture and shattered glass litter the floor, and through the window, the ghost town of Pripyat.
Before And After pic Of Dead City
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