Chernobyl Prypjat (Ukraine) - In 1989 the nuclear disaster in Chernobyl forced 50,000 people to flee from surrounding cities, such as Prypjat. 30 years later the nuclear zone is open for tourists and you can visit all the ghost cities next to the exploded powerplant as well as the powerplant itself. Want to discover more hidden gems in Europe? All of them can be found on www.broscene.com
Now, we could quibble with this infographic and suggest that you might want some *real* weapons as well, especially if there's a subsequent food/financial crisis following the nuclear disaster. But really, the survival checklist is so epic that we're going to let it off the hook
Never-seen-before shots of Chernobyl nuclear disaster that cost two of the four photographers their lives
Never seen before shots of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster that cost two of the four photographers their lives. Check out our nuclear places http://www.boxvot.es/Rankings/Los-Lugares-con-Mayor-Radiactividad-del-Planeta
Local fisheries have begun a debris cleanup near the Fukushima plant for the first time since the tsunami-triggered nuclear disaster. However a plan to start trial fishing next year may face a setback as a nearly-completed ice wall is failing to halt water contamination.