A second modular town has been installed in Irpin for those who have lost their own housing, the regional news agency ITV reports.
The town is located on the territory of the sanatorium "Dubki" and is being prepared for settlement by residents. Up to 352 people can live here.
The campus consists of four sections, each of which contains 22 rooms for living. There are separate modules with children's and sports areas, dining rooms and bathrooms.
On the territory of the town, landscaping was carried out and paths were laid, recreation areas with hammocks, gazebos, bicycle parking and a playground were equipped.
The modular town Irpin received as a humanitarian aid from the government of Poland. Such camps also function in Borodyanka, Bucha, Makarov and Lviv.