• The town of Chernobyl
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Chernobyl/Pripyat Exclusion Zone (007.8039)

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Chernobyl visit - February 2008
Map of the distribution of the Cesium-137 contamination as of 1999, where it can be seen that the wind and terrain were the primary factors in the distribution of the contamination.

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  1. *BZd* 41 months ago | reply

    According to this map, the radiation stopped at the Belarussian border...

  2. Pedro Moura Pinheiro 41 months ago | reply

    On the other side there's no exclusion zone... they have a difficult relationship with the Ukraine, I believe.

  3. *BZd* 41 months ago | reply

    And it seems, Belarus is more polluted than Ukraine.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Chernobyl_radiation_map_1996.svg
    And this place is only 100km far from the Ukrainan capital...

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