L'oeil public

Every weekend, the youth of Ivankov, the main city in the third contaminated zone in Chernobyl, meet at the Antalys discotheque.

After traveling a long track gnawed by water and branches, we arrive to a tiny village with ruins and bumpy ways. A slave market was here in the 13th century. The city keeps the name: Bazar. There were 2500 inhabitants in 1986, then 230 in 2005, and now 537. A slavic far west inside the Chernobyl’s Zone.