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just , it's not exactly picturesque but the site of the world's worst nuclear accident , is becoming a mainstream tourist attraction and it's all thanks to the U. S. TV series named off to the Ukrainian town that you know both , during tools visit is a showed monuments to the victims and creepy abandoned villages I take it out some I'm very impressed he opposed give way like the way you see and you can relate to when you see those empty buildings is just fantastic it does feel like you connect with people that were actually here and you kind of few what they felt when they had to leave it's a very difficult thing to experience insights in the nineteen eighty six accident was caused by a botched safety test in the fourth reactor of the atomic plant three trillion of it sent clouds of nuclear material across much of Europe killing thirty one people immediately and forcing tens of thousands to flee holds over so we are here for the final death toll of those killed by radiation related illnesses such as cancer is subject to debate , Belarussian study approximates the total cancer deaths from the design staff at one hundred and fifteen thousand in contrast to the world health organization's estimates of nine thousand well you know to radiation is always in the back of your head but it's all one to to see this also badly that's it was a risk I was willing to take others worry that the TV show's popularity could attract too many curious visitors and ruin the experience of being in an abandoned town but now to noble still retains the feel of the post apocalyptic wastelands Westray animals roam ends nature is taking over