One of the photos generating ire across the internet.
The success of the show, which recounts the events that led to the 1986 nuclear disaster in Soviet Russia and the fallout, has reportedly given tourism to the area a huge boost. A 2005 report suggested that fewer than 50 people died because of the exposure to radiation but estimates suggest up to 9000 people can eventually die.
"The accident caused the largest uncontrolled radioactive release into the environment ever recorded for any civilian operation", the WNA said.
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"Because of the engineering work of my boyfriend we were able to get a special admission to go inside control room 4 which is actually not accessible for visitors", she told the news site.
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Mazin was responding to a recent trend of posting highly stylized portraits in what is known as the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, many of which have been decried as inappropriate, including one of a young woman in revealing lingerie.
To be specific, having seen an nearly uninterrupted viewership climb from its May 6 debut to its sou l crushing June 3 finale, the widely acclaimed Craig Mazin-created historical drama has emerged with a cumulative audience of 8 million so far.
"If you visit, please remember that a bad tragedy occurred there", he continued. While many who have visited the area have maintained a level of decorum, some have posted disrespectful, even raunchy, selfies, leading to a plea from the show's creator, Craig Mazin to remember that this is the scene of a devestating event.
In 2011, Chernobyl was officially declared a tourist attraction, according to the WNA.
The disaster zone has been open to tourists since the late 1990s but has massively increased in popularity over the last decade. Companies like SOLO EAST offer tours starting at $91. One Chernobyl tour agency reported a 40% rise in trip bookings since the series, made by HBO, began in May, Reuters reported.