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These images from 150 years back feature Sokolivka, a village in Vinnytsia Oblast, Central Ukraine. They were discovered by accident at the National Museum in Warsaw. All dated 1867-1870, they show the idyllic rural landscape, homes and residents of what was then part of Podil Gubernia. They also feature a 19th-century site, the mansion of the Brzozowski family. Stanisław Brzozowski is one of Poland's most influential philosophers. Photos: Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawi (
yesterday   ▪   Tetiana Yatsechko-Blazhenko   ▪  
People commemorate the 4th anniversary of the February killings of protesters on the Maidan
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The 31st festival of Lemko culture in Zhdynia, Poland - on ethnic Ukrainian territories- shared the atmosphere of love and homecoming. During three days (19-21 July 2013) Lemkos from all over the World and visitors took a journey back to the roots and enjoyed unique authentic and folk singing and dancing.
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Urban explorers open a different Odesa: a bird’s-eye view of the port city from the roof of the Opera House and tunnels, abandoned limestone mines, bomb shelters, drainage galleries and million-year old natural caves that make a twisted underground labyrinth of 3,000 km
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The Wall Street Journal gathers photos of new sites that have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List on June,23, 2013
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A walk through the symbols, dreams and melancholy of Sokyryntsi-Trostianets
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Photos: Oleksandr Chekmeniov, Denys Kazansky
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A non-exhaustive list of Ukrainian top officials closely linked to Russian at some point in their careers
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Photos: Oleksandr Zinchenko
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Photo: Natalia Kommodova
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Photo: Alla Lazareva
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