After seeing praises (both in general and about the historically accurate display of Soviet Union) on the Chernobyl series, I decided to watch it.
In the first episode we see a hospital. What striked me as probably inaccurate is the condition of the hospital. Look at the window and the window sill - it looks like it's been there for a generation. But it doesn't seem that plausible as the city itself was very new back then.
How old was the hospital at the time?
As far as I can find, the hospital is called MSCh-126 (МСЧ-126, Medical-Sanitary Unit No 126). I can't find the construction dates, but some images from recent years seem to show that the window sills couldn't be in such bad condition 30 years ago.