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|Title:||A national color of eight republics is in soviet utopia of city Slavutych|
Chernobyl nuclear power plant
|Citation:||Budnik O. A national color of eight republics is in soviet utopia of city Slavutych // Національна ідентичність в мові і культурі: зб. наук. праць / за заг.ред. А.Г. Гудманяна, О.Г. Шостак. – К.: Талком, 2018. – С.100-101|
|Abstract:||In 1986, an explosion occurred at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, resulting in almost 116,000 people evacuating from the exclusion zone. Among them were also residents of the city of Pripyat, whose population at that time was about 45 thousand people. There was a need for additional housing for settlers. At one time, the reason for the construction of the Pripyat was the need to placement of employees the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Slavutych was founded for the same personnel, but to protect it from the harmful effects of radiation, since after the explosion on the fourth power unit the city of Pripyat became unfit for life. However, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant continued to produce electricity in three blocks. The station stopped working in 2000 only. Thus, Slavutych experienced another "catastrophe" - closure of the nuclear power plant.|
|Appears in Collections:||Національна ідентичність в мові і культурі. ХІ Міжнародна конференція|
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