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Annunciation Cathedral, Kharkiv
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Derzhprom, Kharkiv
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The ghost city of Prypiat, Chornobyl Exsclusion Zone
photo: Stas Buryak
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The Duga radar at Chornobyl
photo: Stas Buryak
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The ghost city of Prypiat, Chornobyl Exsclusion Zone
photo: Stas Buryak
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The Duga ragar at Chornobyl
photo: Stas Buryak
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The Trumpeting Angel, which symbolizes the beginning of Chornobyl disaster
photo: Stas Buryak
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The ghost city of Prypiat, Chornobyl Exsclusion Zone
photo: Stas Buryak
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The ghost city of Prypiat, Chornobyl Exsclusion Zone
photo: Stas Buryak
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The ghost city of Prypiat, Chornobyl Exsclusion Zone
photo: Stas Buryak
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The ghost city of Prypiat, Chornobyl Exsclusion Zone
photo: Stas Buryak
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Vorontsovsky palace after sunset
photo: Pshenichka
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Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi (Akkerman) fortress
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Unidentified tourists near Solomiya Krushelnytska State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre (1897 – 1900), Lviv, Ukraine
photo: Gelia78
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Remains of ancient Tyras, Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi
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Chervonohrad castle, Ternopil region
photo: Bohdan Susol
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The Potocki Palace in Lviv (Ukraine) was built in the 1880s as an urban seat of Alfred Jzef Potocki, former Minister-President of Austria
photo: Khomenskyi
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Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv – KNU main red facade view
photo: Aeftergengel
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Swallow_s Nest
photo: CAHKT
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Pidhorets castle, Lviv region
photo: Bohdan Susol
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