Chernobyl Abandoned Fluvial Port

  • Address: Naberezhna St, Pryp'yat', Kyivs'ka oblast, Ukraine, Kiev
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  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids, Port

Chernobyl Abandoned Fluvial Port is a part of the Chernobyl’s exclusion zone in Russia. Often termed by tourists as the “graveyard of ships,” this port consists of remnants of radioactively affected ships and boats which were exposed to the radiation during the Chernobyl disaster. This place should be on the wish-list of every history buff, owing to its immense historic significance.

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  • Chernobyl Abandoned Fluvial Port Address: Naberezhna St, Pryp'yat', Kyivs'ka oblast, Ukraine, Kiev
  • Chernobyl Abandoned Fluvial Port Price: Free
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  • The cafeteria has been completely gutted but several sections of the stained glass windows are still intact and are very impressive. One of the areas where there are lots of photo's taken prior to the disaster and it is easier to get a sense of how it would have looked.

  • This is A beautiful place without sound and hear the cool wind and lake in this port. like the movie A Quiet Place

  • Some amazing views, and plenty of abandoned equipment to look at. A real time capsule into 1980's Ukraine.

  • Well, heaven for abandoned place lover, I would recommend you to go with your Ukrainian friend because for local people the prices will be 1/4 compared to English guided tour

  • Its amazing to visit a place of such historic magnitude. Very impressive to see and experience first hand. Nature claims everything back...

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