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Moscow has had a tumultuous history dating back to medieval times when it was founded by Prince Yuri Dolgoruki (Yuri of the Long Arms, known for the length of his arms! It has seen numerous invasions and sieges from the Mongols to the Poles and Lithuanians to the Crimean Tatars to Napoleon and finally the Naziâ€™s but it has persevered and today is a thriving metropolis.The city is filled with unique architecture from the Kremlin and Red Square to giant Stalin skyscrapers to new office blocks built during the economic boom of recent years and it contains a strikingly beautiful metro system.Its place – the Chernobyl Zone, with the nuclear power plant (NPP), which doesn’t produce energy anymore but instead paradoxically consumes it, and an abandoned ghost town of Pripyat, – like a time machine, let you see the events past and realize how both history and nature works.The intricate ensemble of hundreds of impressive technical and cultural monuments is surrounded and engulfed by flourishing nature, which has gone wild in this area.
On our tours, you'll get the chance to explore Russia's two main cities - St.
Advanced skills and novel understanding, gained in practical dealing with radiation accident on their native land for more than quarter century, have made the Ukrainians the planetary leaders in the field.
Our innovative Chernobyl trips employ all this front-line, cutting-edge expertise, and deliver it in clear, user-friendly and enjoyable way.
You will learn many important yet not widely known things about radiation, radiation contamination and radiation survival, which are crucially useful nowadays, as the Fukushima accident has recently shown.
Our trips are designed and often led by an internationally known expert in Chernobyl and radiation accidents Sergii MIRNYI, who is also an award-winning writer, and was an officer of radiation reconnaissance in the Chernobyl Zone during the first month after the accident.