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Submitted on 24.12.2020 13:56
A hundred years old Christmas wish

While checking our archives, we found a Christmas postcard from 1914, and then some more from different years. All of them were written in pre-reform Russian and featured an exchange between family members in Chernobyl and Kyiv in a period between two revolutions and partly during World War I. Actually, as it appeared from the texts, one of family members was a seaman on a battle ship.

Submitted on 10.12.2019 14:25
M. Nazarenko, who made the world-famous shots of alive Pripyat.

For all his busyness, Mikhail Nazarenko found an opportunity to record life in his beloved city for himself just so. That times, before the accident, no one could even imagine how valuable these shots of the ordinary life of Pripyat would become.

Submitted on 23.11.2019 21:23
Paintings by Peter Yemets

It was 1996, when for the first time I saw few of Peter Yemets’s artworks. There were low-quality reproductions in an article about upcoming anniversary of disaster. That moment it was like opening a window to some underworld.