Thirty years on, it’s getting increasingly difficult to find visual evidence of the Soviets. That's a good thing.
Great article as well
Right??? The "now what is this good for?" question doesn't get answered with a lot of clarity. The medicine room was crazy. Dozens of bottles of powders. My Ukrainian friend had no idea what the labels meant. Did not sample.
I too know about radon baths. In 1998, I was given a tour of a hospital near Chernobyl, I guess in the hope the EU would pay for its refurbishment and we were offered a cabinet where we could sit and have a radon bath. I don’t remember what it was good for, but at the time the UK was changing the building code to keep radon seeping out of the rocks in Cornwall into the ground floors of houses. I thought what was bad there, was probably bad in a bath too.