A Drones view of Chernobyl’s ghost city

In 1986, Chernobyl was witness to one of the worst nuclear disasters the world has ever seen. 30 years later, the site of the disaster is open to the public and Danny Cooke, a British filmmaker, captured some incredible aerial footage during a visit earlier this year. Check out the video below.

After watching this short video I was hungry for more information about what happened at Chernobyl. I stumbled across this great documentary, which if you’re interested in the subject I fully suggest you watch –

Before and after (click to enlarge)

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7 thoughts on “A Drones view of Chernobyl’s ghost city”

    1. Go to the end of the street then turn right, continue along until you see a petrol station, then take the next left and then left again, then you’ll see it.

  1. might sound funny this but i recognize all i have just seen on this wonderful video clip by playing an army game on my playstation everything was to exact graphic detail but well done my sound funny but i also know my wat around major U.S cities by playing these games to certainly chicago LA and newyork

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