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UK More pics from Pripyat, Halloween 2014

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Back in 2014 over Halloween weekend I visited the Ukraine to see Chernobyl / Pripyat . I posted a report back then but I've since processed quite a few more and have been meaning to post them up for ages.

 

So in no particular order here they are.

 

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