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Must-see places when visiting Kiev

Must-see places when visiting Kiev

Kiev or Kyiv according to Ukrainian spelling is the largest city in Ukraine. It lies on both banks of Dnirpo (Russian spelling Dnieper) River and has plenty of interesting places for sightseeing. Below we have collected must-see Kiev attractions that one should not miss if he wants to feel the spirit of this old city.   […]

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February 18-21, 2014 in Ukraine – photo and video chronicle of Revolution of Dignity

These days Ukraine commemorates memory of Heavenly Hundred – people who died during Revolution of Dignity (or Euromaidan) in late 2013 – early2014. On February 18-21 activist hold a number of activities among which are: a minute of silence in memory of killed heroes, audio and video installations, film demonstrations and multimedia project demonstrations. A […]

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Ukraine commemorates heroes of Heavenly Hundred

Ukraine commemorates heroes of Heavenly Hundred

February 20, 2015 Kyiv remembers the heroes of Heavenly Hundred This day one year ago there was massive murder of protesters in the center of Kyiv on Independence Square. Hundreds of people come to commemorate the killed heroes. They bring flowers, candles and photos of Heavenly Hundred heroes. A number of measures are planned in […]

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One year after the Revolution

Under siege babylon13

February 19, 2015 Video by Babylon’13 ‘Under siege’ – events in Kyiv that took place on these days last year This video was posted last year. It was made after February 18, the night when there were battles on the streets of Kyiv. Local residents bring food, medicine and supplies to the protesters while men […]

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Ukrainian tribute – video +18

Ukrainian tribute - honor the heroes today

  Today, on January 22, in Kyiv there will be held Veche for the memory of the first heroes of Heaven Hundred. Heaven Hundred are more than 100 civilians and patriots killed in centre of Kyiv a year ago during Maidan Revolution. In addition, people will honor the memory of cyborgs – defenders of Donetsk […]

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One year after the beginning of Euromaidan

One year after the beginning of Euromaidan

November 26, 2014 One year after Euromaidan It all started as a peaceful demonstration and developed into national Revolution of Dignity. Protesters ultimately forced the corrupt government to flee from Ukraine to Russia. These state officials cared so much for their own welfare that and so afraid of their own people. They ordered to persecute […]

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Public meeting on Independence Square for the anniversary of Euromaidan

Public meeting on Independence Square for the anniversary of Euromaidan

November 21, 2014 From 5 to 7 thousand people with flags at public meeting on Independence Square un Kyiv Public meeting for the first anniversary of Euromaidan has gathered, according to different estimations, from 5 to 7 thousand people. People continue to come there. Most part of participants of the meeting hold state Ukrainian flags, […]

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First anniversary of Euromaidan – how did the revolution began

First anniversary of Euromaidan – how did the revolution began

November 21, 2014 One year ago decision of the Ministry Cabinet to suspend the process of preparation to sign Association Agreement caused mass protests later called Euromaidan About 1 500 people gathered at the Independence Square at night of November 21, some political leaders joined protesters. The same day District Administrative Court prohibited mass gatherings until […]

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Anniversary of Maidan is celebrated in Ukraine today

Anniversary of Maidan is celebrated in Ukraine today

November 21, 2014 Toda Ukraine celebrates Anniversary of the Maidan The holiday has been initiated by decree by President Petro Poroshenko from November 13, 2014. Head of state underlined the importance of this celebration. ‘Ukraine is a territory of dignity and freedom. Not one but two revolutions made us like this – our Maidan in […]

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We have two enemies – internal and external, and the internal one – traitors and corruption – is much worse

We have two enemies – internal and external, and the internal one – traitors and corruption – is much worse

October 31, 2014 Cossack Mykhailo Gavryliuk about internal external enemies of Ukraine: the internal one – traitors and corruption – is much worse Cossack Mykhailo Gavryliuk – Maidan hero and the newly elected member of Verkhovna Rada – said that during press briefing at Ukrainian Media Crisis Center. His decision to become Member of Parliament […]

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