Chernobyl and Eastern Europe: Links  


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At Home in the Wasteland - Expat Californian Lindsay Fincher's travels through much of Eastern Europe

Чернобыльская зоне отчуждения (Chernobyl Exclusion Zone) - Personal website of my friend Sergiy Paskevych - includes detailed information about the Chernobyl accident, the Exclusion Zone and Pripyat.  Articles about the Exclusion Zone environment including flora and wildlife are also available.  The main site is in Russian, though Sergiy recently started an English-language version of his website.

KRANZ Official Site - Personal website of my friend Yevgen Goncharenko - includes many reports of his trips throughout the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (most are Russian-language)

Lost Places - Все репортажи - Website of my friend Yevgen Goncharenko - includes reports of his trips to Pripya, villages and other places of interest throughout the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (some are Russian-language)

MoldovAnn - Personal website of a former Programme Officer for the United Nations Volunteer Programme in Ukraine. Ann still lives in Kyiv, but now works as a Regional Educational Advising Coordinator for Eurasia. - Photographic website of a good friend who has been to Chernobyl two times. The site has a gallery of Chernobyl photos, exhibit pictures and a 10-page article discussing the disaster and my friend's feelings about what he has seen in the Zone. The latest version of this site also contains other galleries and video presentations.

Notes from Україна - Duke University senior Sarah Wallace's Chernobyl research in Ukraine during the summer of 2006

Chernobyl (original Russian version) - Website created by former Pripyat residents.  A great source of information about the Chernobyl disaster and its affects on the surrounding area (English version) - English-language site of the public project  This site is NOT a translation of the Russian site.  I am an editor for this site and the English-language section of the forum. - Operated by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.  "The international communications platform on the longterm consequences of the Chernobyl disaster"

Chernobyl Atomic Energy Station (ГСП Чернобыльская АЭС) - The official Russian-language site of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

Chernobyl Atomic Energy Station - The official English-language site of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (not updated regularly).

Chernobyl Children's Project International (US afiliate) - a charity organization specializing in providing help and support to people currently living in Chernobyl-affected areas.   Most efforts are in Belarus, though expansion into Ukraine is expected in 2008. - A great site by Thierry, a Belgian photographer interested in Urban Exploration. This site presents Thierry's story and photos from his 2-day visit to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in September 2008.

Проект "Чернобыль-форум - A Russian-language site about the Chernobyl accident including news. forums. discussions. photos. videos, documents, maps, etc.

Chernobyl Kyrgyzstan - Russian-language website that is part of a project to provide social assistance to former Chernobyl liquidators in Kyrgyzstan who are now disabled.  Another website on the same topic from the same group in English.

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