Andrej Korsak is no stranger to the Chernobyl Zone – his dedication to this powerful place is unwavering. He started as a tourist and now can be a decent guide himself. “Being there, surrounded by the seizing Nature, feeling numb for some reason, hearing and feeling the silence – I can’t explain it, there are no words for this. So I […]
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