Chernobyl Then and Now Part 6 – Café “Pripyat”

Continuing the “Chernobyl Then and Now” series we visit Café “Pripyat”, located on the Waterfront Street (vulytsia Naberezhna), near Pripyat Hospital no. 126. It is famous for the stunning, stained glass windows and remains one of the most picturesque and recognisable buildings in Pripyat even today. The back of the Cafe opens to the Pripyat Waterfront and offers beautiful view of the Yaniv Backwater.

 

Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident
Café Pripyat Before And After The Accident

 

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