Pripyat - Ukraine. Abandoned when 40,000 people were vacated after the Chernobyl disaster April 1986

Pripyat - Ukraine. Abandoned when 40,000 people were vacated after the Chernobyl disaster April 1986

HBO has given the greenlight to a miniseries about the Chernobyl disaster to star “Mad Men” alum Jared Harris. “Chernobyl” is a five-part look at the scientists and others w…

HBO Sets ‘Chernobyl’ Miniseries to Star Jared Harris

HBO has given the greenlight to a miniseries about the Chernobyl disaster to star “Mad Men” alum Jared Harris. “Chernobyl” is a five-part look at the scientists and others w…

captioned as The Clinic in Pripyat before the Chernobyl disaster

The city of Pripyat before the Chernobyl disaster

captioned as The Clinic in Pripyat before the Chernobyl disaster

Chernobyl-today is the 30 anniversary of Chernobyl. Take a moment and think about how many people suffered. Thanks :) --Lydia/Ldubwhat//

Chernobyl-today is the 30 anniversary of Chernobyl. Take a moment and think about how many people suffered. Thanks :) --Lydia/Ldubwhat//

Fallout of Cesium-137 in Sweden after the Chernobyl Disaster

Fallout of Cesium-137 in Sweden after the Chernobyl Disaster

These photographs of present-day Chernobyl are utterly haunting

These photographs of present-day Chernobyl are utterly haunting

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The Babushkas Of Chernobyl 2015 Several women return to the exclusion zone after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and reside there for years.

The Babushkas Of Chernobyl 2015 Several women return to the exclusion zone after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and reside there for years.

Modern day Chernobyl, this is where the workers and their families lived, hence the fair for the kiddies.

Modern day Chernobyl, this is where the workers and their families lived, hence the fair for the kiddies.

The first ever photo taken of the Chernobyl disaster, 14 hours after the explosion. It was taken by photographer Igor Kostin

The first ever photo taken of the Chernobyl disaster, 14 hours after the explosion. It was taken by photographer Igor Kostin in the first helicopter to fly over the disaster zone to evaluate radiation levels. The view is foggy due to the high radiation.

The first ever photo taken of the Chernobyl disaster, 14 hours after the explosion. It was taken by photographer Igor Kostin

Wildlife is absolutely thriving at Chernobyl disaster site

Wildlife is absolutely thriving at Chernobyl disaster site

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Ruin:  I chose this picture of deformity because the ruination of children was too horrific: Chernobyl Disaster Effects -

Ruin: I chose this picture of deformity because the ruination of children was too horrific: Chernobyl Disaster Effects -

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