on April 26, 1986 the disaster of Chernobyl caught attention on an international level due to the fact that the nuclear plant in the area blew up, caught fire and spread radiation all over the northern hemisphere.
Brutal Tours | Tskaltubo sanatorium from Stalin favorite to urbex spot
Brutal Tours | An eyes on the Soviet sky at Abstumani observatory
It was not until February 8, 1932 that scientific life in Abastumani restarted with a resolution of the Soviet of the People’s Commissars leading to the foundation of the Astrophysical Observatory of Abastumani with the 24 years old Eugene Kharadze as its director.
Brutal Tours | Chiatura and the Stalin ‘s last cable cars
Chiatura (Georgian: ჭიათურა) is a small city in Western Georgia located on the banks of the Qvirila River, 180 kilometers away from the capital, Tbilisi.
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Brutal Tours | In the footsteps of young Stalin