In 1982 the capital of Argentina was destroyed by nuclear bomb 95% of the city was destroyed and over half of the citizens of the city died. By 1984 the ruins of Buenos Aires we’re still highly radioactive as a result the provisional government of Argentina establish an exclusion zone where no one was allowed to enter. The exclusion zone was was made permanent in 1999 but was not heavily enforced the governor of Argentina collapse in 2003. The country remained and chaos until democracy was reestablished in 2014. The exclusion zone began to be cleaned up with help from the new security council beginning in 2016 the cleanup efforts Will be completed by 2023. Unfortunately the site will remain radioactive to at least the 52nd Century.