How people lived in Pripyat before the disaster?

The following statistics are from January 1, 1986. Population: 49,400 before the disaster. The average age was about 26 years old. Total living space was 658,700 m2 (7,090,000 sq ft): 13,414 apartments in 160 apartment blocks, 18 halls of residence accommodating up to 7,621 single males or females, and 8 halls of residence for married or de facto couples.
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How people lived in Pripyat before the disaster?

How people lived in Pripyat before the disaster?

One notable landmark often featured in photographs of the city and visible from aerial-imaging websites is the long-abandoned Ferris wheel located in the Pripyat amusement park.

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How people lived in Pripyat before the disaster?

How people lived in Pripyat before the disaster?

Education: 15 primary schools for about 5,000 children, 5 secondary schools, 1 professional school.

Education: 15 primary schools for about children, 5 secondary schools, 1 professional school.

Healthcare: 1 hospital that could accommodate up to 410 patients, and 3 clinics.

Healthcare: 1 hospital that could accommodate up to 410 patients, and 3 clinics.

Trade: 25 stores and malls; 27 cafes, cafeterias and restaurants could serve up to 5,535 customers simultaneously. 10 warehouses could hold 4,430 tons of goods.

Trade: 25 stores and malls; 27 cafes, cafeterias and restaurants could serve up to customers simultaneously. 10 warehouses could hold tons of goods.

Recreation: 1 park, 35 playgrounds, 18,136 trees, 249,247 shrubs, 33,000 rose plants.

Before Chernobyl Explosion

Transportation: Yanov railway station, 167 urban buses, plus the nuclear power plant car park of about 400 units.

Tchernobyl – 14 photos after and before the disaster.


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