This post is all about photos of Chernobyl today.

photos of Chernobyl

Chernobyl today looks a lot different than it did 30 years ago.

Once prosperous Ukrainian cities; Pripyat, Chernobyl, and surrounding areas were struck by the worst radioactive disaster in history.

In just three hours, over 49,000 people were evacuated from the city of Pripyat. Many were told they would be gone for just a few days. Decades later, they have yet to return.

While most towns in the Chernobyl exclusion zone are completely abandoned, the actual town of Chernobyl is considered only partially abandoned. Today, the land is occupied by a number of residents and workers,

In this photo journal of Chernobyl, you’ll have a glimpse at all parts of the exclusion zone, not just Chernobyl town.

Here are 21 Photos of Chernobyl Today

These photos of Chernobyl were taken in October 2021.

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Hotel in Pripyat.
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Abandoned kindergarten in the ghost village of Kopachi.
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Newspaper inside a home in Zalissya
Kindgergarten in Kopachi
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Ferris wheel in Pripyat.
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Reactor 4 at Chernobyl Power Plant.
Grocery store in Pripyat
Kindergarten in Kopachi
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Inside the hospital of Zalissya
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Radar Duga-1 Chernobyl
Inside an apartment in Pripyat
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Abandoned house in Zalissya
Pripyat entry sign
Interior of Zalissya hospital
Pripyat apartments
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Inside a Pripyat apartment
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Chernobyl town

Interested in touring Chernobyl? Check out the official tour I took here and read about my experience here.

This post was all about photos of Chernobyl today.

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