More than 30 years ago, the explosion at Unit 4 of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant permanently changed the life of the model city of nuclear scientists, 50,000 people were urgently evacuated from Pripyat. The average age of residents of the Soviet city at the time of the disaster was 26 years. Within 2 days after the accident, young families went massively, taking documents and things with them for the first time, with the hope that they would return home in a month. Pripyat is called post apocalyptic ghost town, which is familiar to tourists by the sad photos of "sights" from a fantastic film. Amusement park "Ferris Wheel" with yellow booths, children's carousels with boats became a symbol of unfulfilled hopes and broken fates. The grand opening of the amusement park was planned for May 1, 1986, but the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant destroyed the citizens' bright plans. To avoid panic, the city administration ordered to show residents a picture of apparent well-being: included rides in the test mode the day after the explosion at the nuclear power plant. Hotel The modern 5-storey building of the hotel "Polesie", built in the center of Pripyat, proudly towered above the neighboring buildings. On the ground floor, respectable at the time of the hotel, it was planned to open a cafe with a summer terrace and a panoramic view of the surrounding area. During the elimination of the accident, the roof of the hotel became the correctional center for helicopters working on the power unit. Pool The swimming complex "Lazurny" was opened even before the tragedy at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. This is the only facility that operated until the closure of the nuclear power plant. In the first days after the explosion, the victims of the nuclear reactor were brought here, later the liquidators and station employees came to swim in the pool after work, because the building is located in a place with a normal radiation background. House of Culture DK "Energetik" is one of the most visited tourist sites of the "dead" city. The construction, built according to the standard project, was part of the cultural municipal complex of the times of the USSR. The large-scale structure included: a restaurant, a cinema, a department store, a pharmacy, a children's food kitchen.