Back on the road we made it to another abandoned village which was really good preserved.
The veranda of the houses looked stunning and was typical for the Ukraine back in the days.
With the first house we entered, we immediately found something interesting: Drawings of tanks and airplanes mixed with drawings from a child, which was really creepy for me to see considering that the people living in this house before had to leave all personally important things behind.
Those drawings were still in really good condition, for being 33 years or older.
With some Christmas cards and propaganda wallpaper lying on the ground we found some toys creepily sitting around. As if they were just waiting for their kid to come back and play with them.
Apart from that we found a newspaper from one day before the accident (25th of April 1986) and one from 4 days after! (30st April 1986). So, we assumed that this village was one of those which was evacuated later.
On our way to the next house we even found a bomb. Checked out by the guide he told us that it wasn't active anymore.
Presumably this bomb was a bullet from a tank, probably a souvenir from the second world war.