It all started, as always, when my friend and I decided to visit the Exclusion Zone.
In today’s report you’ll find photographs taken in a derelict library located on the grounds of a former medical institution.
Nyrob is the northernmost town in the Perm Krai where some kind of civilization and roads can still be found.
Typically, when people find themselves in this place, they try their best to get out, but we did the opposite: we put our best effort into trying to get in.
The woods near Moscow have a huge number of abandoned structures in store. Some of the buildingds have alredy turned into ruins, and some have remained almost unharmed by time.
Artyom (not his real name), a successful IT pro from Minsk, could afford a vacation in the Philippines or Goa, but instead went to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
Once I had a chance to visit one of the derelict Stalin-era labor camps.
Today I present to you a report from sunny Abkhasia. This time it will be from the cozy resort town of Gagra.
Lighthouses are one of the most brilliant inventions in human history. It’s no coincidence that one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was, in fact, a lighthouse.