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NPP observation deck in Chernobyl

You can see the sarcophagus, which is covering the fourth reactor, and the other parts of Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant right from here.

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NPP observation deck

#13 of 14 places to visit in Chernobyl
On the NPP observation deck the monument in honour of the liquidators, who eliminated the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster.

The viewpoint is located right in front of the fourth reactor covered under the new Sarcophagus - new safe confinement, and you will be as close to it, as if you could touch it.

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In the end of 2016 the Chernobyl NPP's fourth reactor was covered by the New Safe Confinement called sarcophagus.

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