Normal radiation level in a industrial city is around .13 µSv.
A good radiation comparison chart: https://xkcd.com/radiation/
Now a safer zone of the exclusion zone. Lots of wild life and nature taking over.
16 floors, no elevator but so worth it. Nature taking over.
End of day 1. Leaving the exclusion zone with the train that transports the workers to Slavutich. 45min with the train.
Gasmasks from the school collected by looters for copper. All pupils needed to learn how to put up a gas mask.
The scariest thing I have seen in Chernobyl, a piece of clothing in the hospital that a fireman was wearing while trying to put out the fire in the plant straight after the explosion. This piece of clothing is still highly radioactive 30 years later. One of the most dangerous hotspots in the Chernobyl exclusion zone that you can access. Meter went up to over 1000µSv when holding close.