Chernobyl App

Еhe first official mobile app for Chernobyl

explore the information about the Chernobyl catastrophe

visit Chernobyl remotely

get ready for the real trip to Chernobyl

The first official mobile app for Chernobyl with AR technology – a full-fledged information resource on history of Chernobyl and current state of the Exclusion Zone, includes practical information for travelers and AR portals that allow users to visit Chernobyl remotely from anywhere in the world. 
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Everything about Chernobyl in one place

Virtual tour to Chernobyl

Fakes exposure

Undisclosed KGB materials

Full history of the tragedy

Nowadays life in Chernobyl

Scientific and cultural projects

Unique photos of before/after

Famous and rusticized locations

English and Ukrainian

Your guide in Chernobyl

Visit the Chernobyl Zone virtually

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The first Chernobyl mobile app is coming soon

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Our mission

The main information resource of Chernobyl was created to share truthful information to Ukrainian and world audiences on the history of the Chernobyl tragedy, the current state of the Exclusion Zone, expose fakes and provide access to declassified documents, to report on the information component of the Chernobyl disaster.

Chernobyl is the perfect case of FAKE NEWS, which can be used to study the anatomy of information catastrophes and the consequences of propaganda, suppression and manipulation, which led to the biggest technological catastrophe and cost the lives and health of millions of people around the world. This still has a great impact on our lives today. Information impact, just as radiation one – is not immediately noticeable, but can have serious consequences.

We seek to change the current perception of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone – from the post-apocalyptic park of the Soviet Union to the Zone of Cultural and Scientific Research and Innovation, which preserves this unique experience for the whole world. We need to share and discuss such sensitive topics in order to learn Chernobyl lessons and prevent the history of one of the biggest informational disasters from repeating itself.

Our goal is to form a holistic understanding of the Chernobyl problems in the historical past, honoring the heroes of the liquidation of the accident consequences.