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EXCURSIONS TO MILITARY OBJECT “ARC-1” OR CHERNOBYL-2

Chernobyl 2 or Arc 1? Once, one of the most secret objects of the Soviet Union - "Duga-1" or so-called. product "5Н32", was created to enter the anti-missile and nuclear shield of a dominant superpower. In total, during the arms race, the USSR built three before-mentioned...

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE COST OF THE TOUR

1. Technical and informational support throughout the process from the placement of the application and till the return from the trip. We do not use the labor of hired workers who respond to letters and calls on the crib. We will tell you about what...

Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (ChnPP)

The first Ukrainian nuclear power plant is located in the north of Ukraine in the Kiev region near the border with Belarus on the banks of the Pripyat River. Construction of the first stage of the station (first and second power units) was started in...

YANOV STATION

It existed as a railway station long before the construction of Pripyat and ChNPP and was named due to the Yanov village nearby. On the contrary to common sense, it was closer to the village of Semihody than to the village of Yanov, respectively, Semihody...

CATFISHES IN CHERNOBYL

The most frequently asked question from participants of visits to the territory of the Exclusion Zone is when and how, and most importantly, where can they feed huge catfishes? The huge fish of Chernobyl is quite a unique event, and it seems to us that...

PARYSHEV VILLAGE

The village of Parishev is a large, officially non-residential village on the left bank of Pripyat on the territory of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. In the past, it was the center of the Paryshevsky village council, to which also belonged the village of Koshovka. In...

Opachichi village

Now the village is evicted in the south of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. Near the village, there were found remnants of the settlement and burial ground of the Bronze Age and burial ground of the Early Iron Age. Earlier in the village, there was a...

NOVOSHEPELYCHY VILLAGE

It is the evicted village in the Chernobyl exclusion zone, near the city of Pripyat, one of the oldest settlements of Chernobyl. Presumably, in the 11th century, there was a settlement Shepel (Shepol). In the times of the Russian Empire, it was the center of...

Kupovatoe village

The village is the officially uninhabited village of the Chernobyl district (now - Ivankov district) of the Kiev region. It is located in the southern part of the Exclusion Zone. In the past, it was the center of the village council of the same name,...

KRASNO VILLAGE

Krasno (also often Krasne) is the abandoned village in the Chernobyl exclusion zone, located on the left bank of the Pripyat River. It is known that one of the two wooden churches preserved in the Chernobyl zone (the second one is operating, and is located...