Abandoned Swimming Pool.

by Roman Robroek

- Art code: 314 312

Roman Robroek about Abandoned Swimming Pool.

My actual thought of seeing the abandoned city of Pripyat for the first time was how big it was. I was expecting a big city with many buildings but this was massive and there was so much to see. Most of the buildings were still in a pretty good shape and lots of details have still been left conserved. They had everything. Cinema, schools, kindergartens (15!), sports places, a post office, a super market, hotels, many shops, a barber and so on. While walking and driving around the city it felt very surrealistic. It’s such a huge area with so many abandoned buildings. It’s easy to imagine that over 50.000 people lived here.
You will find Abandoned Swimming Pool. in the collections Abandoned places, Aquatics, Architecture, Chernobyl, Photography, Prip'yat', Still life, Swimming pool, Ukraine, Urban / Street, Water and Window.
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Roman Robroek is a photographer who captures forgotten places around the world. In particular, he is focused on creating stunning pho-tos of abandoned locations, rich with wonder, mystery and unanswered questions.

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