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File:Chernobyl radiation map 1996.svg

Description Chernobyl radiation map from CIA handbook, svg'd by User:Sting, and re-anglified by me (to the same strange names used in the original).
Source, specifically and File:Tchernobyl_radiation_1996.svg for the verctor version
Author CIA Factbook, Sting (vectorisation), MTruch (English translation), Makeemlighter (English translation)
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