What do the old pond near Novosibirsk and the lake in Spanish Galicia have in common? They are unrealistically beautiful and extremely toxic, and even here this summer and attracts tourists…
An illustrative fact – unlike the Europeans, the Russians do not climb into the turquoise waters of their reservoir, they are careful. But in” Galician Chernobyl”, as the local residents called this very bad place, instagrammers are poisoned almost every week. And they think it’s right!
The region of Galicia, in the North-West of the Iberian Peninsula, came to the attention of the authorities and the media in the period between the First and Second world wars. Continue reading