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An abandoned chemical plant

The territory of the chemical plant in the depopulated town Roshal has more than 20 buildings. The oldest buildings were constructed in 1920. However there are modern buildings too. The total area of the plant is 15 square meters or 450 hectares. This plant was finally closed in 1999.

Roshal is making an impression of a phantom town: the buildings of the soviet times, many of which are abandoned, empty streets with the soviet names (the street of the 2d five-year plan, the street of the 3d International).

At the times of the plant functioning, a majority of women who worked there went home crying. When they went through the plant road where a considerable layer of acid cinder was, their tights were torn to the knee because the acid burned the material completely. The same thing happened with the car wheels – it was necessary to change the rubber constantly.

According to the stories of local people, during the operation of the plant there was a red smoke over the town. It is not surprising that nowadays Roshal is deserted because not everyone can survive the daily chemical attack. And keeping in mind that chemical fumes can affect our weak bodies even after many years, it is quite possible that nobody from people living here is healthy completely.

By the way, we won’t stay here for a long time, that’s why you will have only strong impressions and nothing will threaten your health.

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