On 26th April the world will remember the Chernobyl catastrophe that happened 33 years ago. Together with our friend Vladimir Litovchenko we will show you how the Zone lives today and in which condition it is. Enjoy! Read More
Finally, it’s time for our last article in the series about visiting Chernobyl exclusion zone. This time we will tell you how to get to the Zone illegally and absolutely free of charge.
In the post-Soviet space there were many children’s camps, which after the collapse of the Union were not needed any more. Some of them have been bought by someone, some have been converted into modern recreation centers, and some simply stand still and are gradually decaying with grass and shoots. Today we will visit the camp “Sokol” (“Eaglet”), which doesn’t belong to anyone already for a long time.
Today it’s time to tell about the second way, how you can get to the Chernobyl exclusion zone. We know that this way is not quite for you, our lovely stalkers, but we still want to share with you this opportunity. Read More
Music, history, mysticism – all is merged inside this quaint place, the history of which originates in the 12th century. Today we will visit Green theater, which is located in the heart of Ukraine – inside Kiev.
Few of you know, but the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone can be visited for free and even legally. Today we will tell you about one of those ways.
In the Carpathians you can find a small unremarkable village Vorokhta, in which there is absolutely nothing, except the incredible beauty of nature and the unique stone bridge – viaduct. The bridge reminds of something like the Glenfinnan Viaduct, shot in Harry Potter. But this one has much more interesting history. Read More
Penetrating into the exclusion zone of Chernobyl in an illegal way is the cherished dream of many stalkers. This could be called one of the most amazing things in the life. But is it so cool? Is there a threat of radiation? And how is the zone after 30 years? Let’s find out the answers to these questions together with two stalkers who have been there.