Ukrainians are offer to enjoy a nuclear warhead and the "beauty" of Chernobyl

31 March 2014 18:07  9365094 065915
Ukrainians are offer to enjoy a nuclear warhead and the "beauty" of Chernobyl

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If anyone in Ukraine does not receive enough adrenaline from current events, they can get it in one of the extreme tours. Analysts of the Slando ads website compiled the top 5 most unusual tours in the country.

Museum of SRF

At the border of Kirovograd and Mykolaiv regions, near the town of Pervomaisk, there is a unique museum, which not so long ago was a secret missile base. Silo-based missiles RS-22A (SS-24 Scalpel) were deployed there. Also in the museum you can see samples of rocket engines, auxiliary vehicles, mock nuclear warhead. Visitors will be able to see R-12 missile (it played a key role in the Caribbean crisis in 1961) and RS-20 (SS-18 Satan), the most powerful missile to date.

Price - 25 UAH, entrance ticket + travel.

Tour of the exclusion zone

You can see the consequences of the nuclear disaster and the "dead city" by ordering a special tour. The program includes visits to the cities of Chernobyl and Pripyat, sightseeing and walking around the Chernobyl nuclear power station.

Price - 750 UAH.

Weekend tour along the Stalin line

This tour takes place in Kyiv fortified area of the Stalin line. The route and sights: various types of bunkers of the Stalin line in a pine forest, bridge supports and culverts of the old narrow-gauge railway branch, remains of "Dragon walls" and a Scythian town.

Price - 80 UAH.

Tea in the den of thieves

In the museum on Moldavanka you can see a fallout bunker, go through the flooded part, visit wild catacombs, the guerrilla camp and the den of thieves.

Ticket price is 110 to 400 UAH.

Catacombs-quarry in Mykolaiv

There are many different versions about the origin of Mykolaiv catacombs, and they are not mutually exclusive. The first version is that long tunnels, that run underneath the city, come from an unfinished plumbing of the XIX century. The second version attributes the building of the catacombs to the Turks, as yataghans were found in the tunnels. The third version is that during the construction of Mykolaiv, they needed a lot of stone. It was mined near the developed part of the city - within the Mykolaiv peninsula. The mining formed deep and branching catacombs, which, due to the natural expansion of the city, turned out to be under houses.

Price - 100 UAH.


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