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BELARUS. 1997. Chidlren's Home #1, Minsk. After feeding, an attendent soothes a boy born without eyes  Paul Fusco / Magnum Photos

Chidlren's Home Minsk. After feeding, an attendent soothes a boy born without eyes Paul Fusco / Magnum Photos

Chernobyl, The nuclear reactor after the disaster. Reactor 4 (center). Turbine building (lower left). Reactor 3 (center right), 26 April 1986

The Chernobyl disaster was a catastrophic nuclear accident that occurred on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

Reactor 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear plant, as it exploded. http://www.pinterest.com/cynthetic14/history/

This was supposed to depict the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant Explosion., Nuclear Plants (even the old Soviet ones) do not explode like an atom bomb or thermonuclear device.

Chernobyl 1986 - the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine (formerly part of the Soviet Union) exploded, creating what has been described as the worst nuclear disaster the world has ever seen. "The photo is made from helicopter on May 3, 1986.

Chernobyl 1986 - the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine (formerly part of the Soviet Union) exploded, creating what has been described as the worst nuclear disaster the world has ever seen. "The photo is made from helicopter on May

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The Chernobyl power plant in Russia, exploded and caused nuclear radiation and fallout to spread throughout Russia. The total number of deaths was

Pripyat, Ukraine. The entire city was abandoned back in 1986 cause of a neculare problem. So all the buildings are still standing, everything was just left. I want to go here some day. Poputation before accident was 50,000

abandoned city ~ Pripyat is an abandoned city in northern Ukraine, near the border with Belarus. Named for the nearby Pripyat River, Pripyat was founded on 4 February the ninth nuclear city in the Soviet Union, for the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

The irradiated ghost town of Pripyat is chock full of abandonments for one simple reason: the 1986 Chernobyl disaster destroyed the town without harming any of its structures. The fate of its people are another story altogether.

Left high, dry and drained of liquid assets, these 12 abandoned swimming pools expose their bottoms and it’s not always a pretty sight. Ready to dive in?

~` Chernobyl nuclear disaster 1986 `~

On 26 April 1986 at 0145 a. nuclear reactor number four at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, near Pripyat in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, exploded. Further explosions

Image by the photographer of the Chernobyl plant, Anatoliy Rasskazov, hours after the explosion in the reactor 4, shows radioactive steam coming out of the installation. The photographer was exposed to 12 times the maximum acceptable radiation at that time. He died nineteen years later, battling cancer and blood diseases.

Chernobyl, 25 anos depois

Aerial view of the damaged core on 3 May 1986. Roof of the turbine hall is damaged (image center). Roof of the adjacent reactor 3 (image lower left) shows minor fire damage.

Chernobyl - Aerial view of the damaged core on 3 May Roof of the turbine hall is damaged (image center). Roof of the adjacent reactor 3 (image lower left) shows minor fire damage.

Chernobyl photos before and after 25 years later

A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on March 2011 (bottom), shows the before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

Chernobyl 1986 reactor #4 exploded. Worlds worst Nuclear accident.

An aerial view of the Chernobyl nucler power plant, the site of the world's worst nuclear accident, is seen in April made two to three days after the explosion in Chernobyl, Ukraine. In front of the chimney is the destroyed reactor.

May 1986: After the evacuation of Chernobyl on 5 May, 1986, liquidators wash the radioactive dust off the streets using a product called "bourda", meaning molasses. Chernobyl had about 15,000 inhabitants before the accident.  Photograph: Igor Kostin/Corbis

Chernobyl nuclear disaster – in pictures

After the evacuation of Chernobyl on 5 May, liquidators wash the radioactive dust off the streets using a product called "bourda", meaning molasses. Chernobyl had about inhabitants before the accident

Chernobyl Amusement Park in Pripyat, Ukraine was scheduled to open on May 1, 1986 but the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant took place on April 26, 1986; 5 days before the grand opening,

A look back at the Chernobyl disaster (55 Photos)

Chernobyl Amusement park in Pripyat, Ukraine was scheduled to open on May 1986 but the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant took place on April 26 that year only 5 days before the grand opening, causing the residents of the city to be evacuated.

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