On Wednesday, 25 April, students of the British International School Ukraine, Nivki secondary campus, visited The National Museum “Chornobyl” to learn more about the history of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster as the most severe radioecological disaster of the XX century.
Present-day exhibition of the museum comprises three showrooms with the total area of 1100 square meters and numbers more than 7000 exhibits – classified documents, maps, photos, special equipment, printings of that time, historic relics from the Exclusion zone and other unique materials.
The museum’s exhibition is equipped with modern audio-visual and reference data technologies that enable to broaden the chronological and theme boundaries of the museum and enforce the authenticity of the existing exhibition.
The museum serves as an educational center of ecological culture and culture of safe life. It helps understand the scope of the disaster through the destinies of people who witnessed the accident, were involved in the disaster mitigation and suffered from the disaster.