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

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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, Kiev Reviews

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

  • It was supposed to be paradise city, communist dream. Now it's abandoned, quiet place with trees everywhere between buildings and in the middle of the streets. It's scary in a way, it's very quiet with no people, old buildings with no windows, rusty playgrounds and broken glass.

  • Amazing place with amazing window design made using unique technics using small pieces of glass...Definitely have to visit.

  • Very quiet place. In the middle of river you can see fee ships, and inside in restaurant, you can see glasses image

  • Port is a very nice place to visit. There was caffee Pripyat, whic was a cultural hub of the city. Inside there is a beautiful mosaic from glass. When you go to the dock be careful on the right side of the stairs are hotspot(small pockets of radioation). From the docks you can see cranes and a houseboat that was parked at the dock and was used for selling tickets for the ship voyages. ONE HINT: let your guide explain to you how the vending macines for water worked.

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