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Should the city of Pripyat be saved?:

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The Pripyat.com is the international project, dedicated to the city of Pripyat and Chernobyl disaster.

Started in 2004 as an unofficial site of Pripyat, today we are the largest online community on the Chernobyl disaster, bringing together former residents of the city and the Zone, researchers and interested people from many countries around the world.

We understand the enormous importance of the town of Pripyat for future generations, and its helplessness, and believe that it still has a future. Therefore, we struggle to Pripyat be considered as a museum city and placed under protection. The project PRIPYAT.com is a place for everyone who loves City. Its short blooming youth, its terrible fate, the present undercurrent of loneliness and its future. As long as there is website lives and the town of Pripyat does.

  • Largest data bank on the Chernobyl disaster on the web — articles, photos and video.
  • First-hand information — from those who lived or worked in the Chernobyl zone today.
  • Look for friends, relatives or colleagues who previously lived in the Chernobyl region.
  • Communicate and share your opinions with participants from more than 70 countries.
  • Participate in trips to the Pripyat and the Zone of alienation.


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