RT visits Russia’s northernmost town, where people get KNOCKED OVER by Arctic winds and get power from a FLOATING NUCLEAR reactor

Lying on Russia's

Lying on Russia’s Northern Sea Route but often inaccessible by land, the far-northeastern town of Pevek is a tough place to live in, but thanks to a unique floating nuclear power plant experiment, it’s undergoing an “atomic boom.”

The desolate town lies on the shore of the East Siberian Sea in Russia’s Chukotka, the country’s most north-eastern region. RT’s correspondent crew visited the town, which recently became home to Akademik Lomonosov – the world’s first and only floating nuclear power plant.

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