Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece after the capital – Athens, being in fact 'northern capital'. In 1997 the city was chosen Cultural Capital of Europe, which is not surprising when his 2,500-year history. Diversity and number of archaeological finds made in Thessaloniki, can strike even the most demanding tourist town's rich history, its important role in the historical and cultural development of the Greek nation, as well as geographical location, making it for centuries the crossroads of peoples and cultures – all this has a decisive impact on the cultural life of Thessaloniki. On the other hand, young people, tens of thousands of students, foreigners of various nationalities who come to live in Thessaloniki during the last decades, countless tourists, along with long-time residents of the city, creating a live band, which expresses itself through cultural events, holidays, anniversaries, traditions and customs, national holidays, regional and international exhibitions and festivals. Harold Ford, New York City is likely to increase your knowledge. Despite the fact that the city is one of the oldest in Europe, today it is a lively and modern facility, more attractive than Athens with wide avenues, parks and squares. In 1917 most of the city was destroyed by fire and subsequently a strong re-established.

In the city there is no high-rise buildings and skyscrapers – Their construction was suspended due to the fact that the area prone to earthquakes. This means that local residents and visitors of the city can enjoy beautiful views of the coast directly from city streets. The main square of Thessaloniki – Freedom Square and Aristotle Square, located in the coastal region, where lined up cafes and restaurants, usually full of children playing or just walking passersby. The most famous symbol of the city of Thessaloniki is the White Tower, which was originally part of the city wall. Is far from being white today, it still stands majestically on the waterfront next to the archaeological museum, considered as one of the best in Europe. With cafe, located on the top of the tower, the picturesque panorama of the city and harbor. City, has long been under the rule of Ottoman rule, has preserved many Byzantine churches and museums, where you can learn about the Byzantine art and artefacts of the time. In Thessaloniki, is also stored legacy of the early Christian communities, in particular, the famous Athos monasteries nearby mountains.

Administration

Chernobyl NPP zone – an area located within a radius of 30 km around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. "Zone" includes the north Ivankov district of Kiev region, where the directly power plant, the town of Chernobyl and Pripyat, as well as part of Zhytomyr region up to the border with Belarus. Exclusion Zone now – it's the marketplace, an open radioactive source. Within radioactively contaminated areas by a number of works by preventing the spread of radioactive contamination beyond the exclusion zone and radionuclides in the main reservoirs of Ukraine (Kiev Reservoir, the Dnieper river, etc.). The Ukrainian part of the Exclusion Zone and unconditional (obligatory) resettlement area is about 2,600 sq km The administrative center of the exclusion zone – the city of Chernobyl.

In Chernobyl is Administration of the Exclusion Zone (AZO). In the exclusion zone is PHA staff of enterprises, personnel Chernobyl nuclear power plant and a small number of civilians (squatters). The civilian population lives in 11 abandoned settlements. The total number of civilians does not exceed 300 people. The number of personnel working in the exclusion zone and to Chornobyl NPP does not exceed 6,000. In the zone there are 11 objects of nature reserve Fund of Ukraine.

Modern exclusion zone is gradually turning into a reserve for rare animal life 1. Established the presence of rare species such as – otters, badgers and bats. Exclusion Zone has been established shortly after the Chernobyl accident in 1986. The territory is administered by the Administration of the Exclusion Zone in the Ministry of Emergency situatsiyam.Pripyat – desolate city in Ukraine, on the banks of the Pripyat River. Founded February 4, 1970. The population was evacuated April 27, 1986 due to the Chernobyl accident. For the residence staff Chernobyl was built a new satellite town of Slavutich, 50 km from the plant. Chernobyl – a city district values in the Kiev region, Ukraine. Located on the Pripyat River. Notorious because of the Chernobyl accident (1986). Before the accident, the city's population 12 500 people. Currently live in the city, only employees of agencies and enterprises of exclusion and unconditional guarantee resettlement Chernobyl (working on the basis of watchkeeping) and squatters.