A few dozen miles on foot through the snow. A barely walkable path winding through the woods. Our destination, the place we have come such a long way to see, is right around the corner.
At last, our long-held dream of visiting the CEZ (the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone) came true.
Last fall we visited a half-abandoned, or, rather, currently inactive shelter located under a manufacturing facility.
The first airplane was located exactly at the spot indicated by the satellite map positioning data.
Here’s a short walk in the woods of the Moscow region.
This small lab (as it later turned out, it used to research soil and forest problems) is part of one of the forestry management institutions.
The galleries are stretched on long distances, crossing and overlapping with each other.
The Babolovsky Park is located behind the Catherine park and the Alexander park in the town of Pushkin.