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A Moving Look at the ‘Invisible People of Belarus’

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“Everything is extremely clean and organized, the grass is always clean-cut, and the architecture glitzy. It does make you wonder exactly what may be ‘hiding’ behind this facade.”

Jadwiga Bronte, born in Poland, was fascinated by the Soviet mentality of Belarus. Thirty years have passed since the Chernobyl disaster that had devastating effects on the country, severely contaminating it. The victims were many, and the consequences are still being felt – a ripple effect which has spread itself further than anybody could have predicted.

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