This little unassuming town doesn’t seem like much as you approach it.

Little Town, Big Valley

Soon you realize it’s a bit bigger than you thought.

Coming Into Town

The town itself has only one real entrance, feeding in from the south and the west.

Residential Only

With the exception of a food stand, you won’t see anything here but houses and farmlands.

White Picket Fences

Houses here all seem to have their own personal yards, many of which have fences around them. This must have been a nice place to live.

A Few Signs

There is very little evidence of the infection and it’s havoc here. This town has remained nearly untouched.


Spread out over a pretty sizable area, this is less of a town and more of a loose association of farms.

Few Amenities

Here we can see one of the only public places in Prigorodki: the church and its graveyard. Everything else is farms.

Many Roads

Though the area is sparse with buildings, many roads lead through this area.

Giant Meadow

The inhabitants of Prigorodki probably loved the area where they lived.

Train Service

As a major thoroughfare for the coast, this town has its own train station.

Little Houses

The houses here are even on the small side, but the people here lived well.

Farming Town

You’ll be reminded everywhere you look that this town is based in agriculture.

The Mountains

Completely framed by the mountains behind it, Prigorodki looks even more idyllic.

Place of Worship

Here we see the church in town on a gloomy day, making the graveyard behind it even more eerie.

A Few Loners

There are a few outlying houses as well. Here, we see a trail into the woods that leads to the village of Pusta.


In the hills above the town, there is a pond known as Kopyto, or “hoof.”

Vast Area

This view gives you a good idea of just how big an area is taken up by Prigorodki.

What a View

We leave off with a beautiful view of the village from near the top of Pik Kozlova.

Shared by Tatanko on July 14, 2015

The second in a nine part photographic series about the smaller towns of Chernarus.

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