What would Pripyat look like without a Chernobyl accident
After the explosion at the fourth power unit of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, three kilometers from the city over Pripyat, precipitation from relatively long-lived radioactive elements took place. Radioactive dust infected houses, trees, soil. Empty buildings are gradually in disrepair and are being destroyed. After decontamination, some houses and structures were used by various organizations of the Exclusion Zone, but today almost all of them are abandoned. Pripyat is a popular destination for scientists and extreme tourism lovers from all over the world, but what would the city look like today if its fate had turned out differently and that accident had not happened on April 26, 1986? The artist Andrei Gupsa performed a colossal work of complexity and tried to visualize it.