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3 atomic wastelands turn tourism hotspot

1 month ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

After 1986's reactor fire unleashed clouds of radioactive material all over Europe, Chernobyl turned out to be the site of the worst accident of the nuclear age. Still this Ukrainian city is shorthand for a lethal atomic wasteland. Nevertheless, that didn't put tourists off from visiting the area. In fact it actually became a major draw. The deserted city of Pripyat majorly remains frozen in time. At a time when several Soviet buildings have been destroyed or redesigned, this model town set up for workers is preserved precisely as the day it was abandoned. The yellow ferris wheel is one of...
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