A few days ago we wrote about " Chernobyl ," the series that successfully replaced the "Game of Thrones" on HBO. With just five series, the series made so many fuss that people are talking online about radiation levels (which is at least unusual) and traveling to Ukraine to visit the tragedy.
Some of these visitors are models or bloggers on Instagram that make some provocative pictures, like the work of the following.
The "Chernobyl" creator, Craig Martin, addressed Twitter to criticize photos and model selfies. "If you visit Chernobyl, be aware that there has been a terrible tragedy there. Show respect for all who suffered and sacrificed there, "he writes.
It's wonderful that #ChernobylHBO has inspired a wave of tourism to the Zone of Exclusion. But yes, I've seen the photos going around.- Craig Mazin (@clmazin) June 11, 2019
If you visit, please remember that a terrible tragedy happened there. Comport yourself with respect for all who suffered and sacrificed.
Other online people have also criticized the photos and selfies explaining that they are inappropriate and show disrespect.
The serial in question dramatizes the mass explosion of the nuclear plant in Ukraine. An accident in the early hours of April 26, 1986, caused a wave of energy and a series of explosions that emitted 400 times more radiation in the atmosphere than atomic bombs in Hiroshima.
More than 100,000 people were forced to abandon the home. It is not known how many people lost their lives, but they talked about 4,000.
Radiation had an undeniable impact on residents living in Pripyat - the city that was established to serve the Chernobyl plant.
Residential areas around the plant - almost 350,000 residents evacuated 36 hours after the blast and since then, about five million people have been exposed to radiation as they live in contaminated land in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.
Tourism in the area has increased by 40% since the breakdown of "Chernobyl."