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Euromaidan as EU-popularizer II

Quest for Europe and street art.

 

“I am here because I do care”

“Your choice makes the difference!”

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A barricade on the avenue down to Maidan, on which some weeks later dozens of unarmed activists were shot dead from small distance.

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A symbolic barricade against the backdrop of the hotel “Ukraine” (formerly “Moscow”)

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Free kitchen for the protesters and Euro-Maidan visitors

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“Boguslav for the EU!”, etc.

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“Towards Europe!” poster with one of Kyiv´s symbols

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“Ukraine is Europe!”

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“We=exist / We=Europe”

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Streets full of Ukrainian and European symbols.

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Streets full of Ukrainian and European symbolic combinations.

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Kyiv Commandant’s Office, run by protestors in front of the City Council building

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Christmas tree on Maidan, decorated with a photo of Yulia Tymoshenko, imprisoned by the regime of Victor Yanukovych.

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“The world´s best Christmas tree”

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Photos and copyright:

ALEXANDER   SVETLOV

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