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Life is Flourishing In Abandoned Chernobyl After 30 Years Since the Disaster!

Undeniably one of the worst man-made calamities of all time, the Chernobyl Disaster that took place in Chernobyl on April 26, 1986, claimed 2.9 million lives in seven days after the explosion of the reactor. However, the lives it destroyed by deformations in bodies due to mutations is countless and people still suffer from it. Ukranian scientists have declared that the city isn't suitable for life to thrive and won't be suitable for humans to live for another 20,000 years. But, one photographer has discovered something on the streets of the abandoned city, and that something is life.

Life is Flourishing In Abandoned Chernobyl After 30 Years Since the Disaster!

Life is Flourishing In Abandoned Chernobyl After 30 Years Since the Disaster!

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In between rubble and lost hopes, Chernobyl is showing some faint signs of a normal life

In between rubble and lost hopes, Chernobyl is showing some faint signs of a normal life

The abandoned town of Pripyat that looks ghostly because of it's empty vastness since 30 years was captured by aphotographer named Roland Verant, from Vienna.

The abandoned town of Pripyat that looks ghostly because of it's empty vastness since 30 years was captured by aphotographer named Roland Verant, from Vienna.

Roland first visited the place five years ago.

Roland first visited the place five years ago.

And since then, the place has pulled her back to itself seven times.

And since then, the place has pulled her back to itself seven times.

She stayed in the city for 42 days which is very dangerous and can claim a person's life if they do not follow strict rules.

She stayed in the city for 42 days which is very dangerous and can claim a person's life if they do not follow strict rules.

Roland's photos depict rotting pianos and fallen walls. But along them is the normal life of flora, the trees that have begun growing in between the ruins.

Roland's photos depict rotting pianos and fallen walls. But along them is the normal life of flora, the trees that have begun growing in between the ruins.

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