The sixth in a nine part photographic series about the smaller towns of Chernarus.
The church in Gorka is one of the creepier among churches in Chernarus. Setting up camp here would be like sleeping in a haunted house.
With its many forests, logging in Chernarus is a lucrative business. The residents of Gorka know this well.
Fill 'Er Up!
Not What You Think
This town is divided into distinct sections of smaller residential homes, two-story homes, and public buildings.
Big Blue on the Hill
As with many other towns in Chernarus, Krasnostav has its own medical center near the western end of town. Good luck making the hike up the hill to get to it.
Not a City
Very nearly every piece of property in town has a shed as well. This is great for survivors seeking out things like tools and vehicle parts.
Every airport needs a terminal, and the one at Krasnostav serves many purposes. The building itself would have had offices and air traffic controllers, and the adjoining hangar would have been large enough to hold a few smaller craft.
At approximately 600m end-to-end, the airfield at Krasnostav is the shortest of the three in Chernarus. This is appropriate for its purpose as a small civilian airport.