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Kramatorsk

Kramatorsk

ver the past few months, Kramatorsk has been subject to regular shelling and massive destruction. This city in Donetsk region is called the main target of the Russians in the region. Kramatorsk is both in the rear and practically on the front line.

From April 12 to July 5, 2014, the city was occupied by militants of the terrorist organization “DNR”. In the same year, after liberation from the occupiers, the structures of the Donetsk regional administration were moved here – thus, Kramatorsk became the new capital of the Donetsk region.

On April 8, 2022, Russians from “Point-U” fired at the Kramatorsk railway station, where hundreds of people trying to evacuate Donetsk region were. More than 60 people died from shelling, more than 100 were injured. This is the largest mass murder in Kramatorsk since World War II. Before that, Kramatorsk was the main evacuation hub for residents of Donetsk region.

In general, the Donetsk region is among the five regions most affected by the destruction of cultural and historical heritage.

Russian troops do not stop trying to surround the cities of Bakhmut and Liman.

Since the beginning of the war in Donbas in 2014, Bakhmut has been mostly in the rear and was not a place of active hostilities. Although he was under fire. Everything changed after the full-scale invasion. After the Russian troops managed to take Severodonetsk and Lysychansk at the beginning of summer, Bakhmut became the main direction of the Russian army’s offensive in attempts to advance on Sloviansk and Kramatorsk.

For more than half a year, the residents of Lyman lived in the dark, without water and heating, without the Internet, and with an unstable mobile connection. The Armed Forces liberated the city at the end of September. After the Russian occupation, not a single surviving high-rise building remained in the liberated city.

At the end of 2022, an expedition to Donetsk was held on the initiative of Mykhailo Sharkov together with Pixelated Realities. In Kramatorsk, the station building was photographed together with Ilya Andreev, a journalist of the Kramatorsk Post. The railway station of 1911 was photographed in Lyman and the cultural center in Bakhmut.

ver the past few months, Kramatorsk has been subject to regular shelling and massive destruction. This city in Donetsk region is called the main target of the Russians in the region. Kramatorsk is both in the rear and practically on the front line.

From April 12 to July 5, 2014, the city was occupied by militants of the terrorist organization “DNR”. In the same year, after liberation from the occupiers, the structures of the Donetsk regional administration were moved here – thus, Kramatorsk became the new capital of the Donetsk region.

On April 8, 2022, Russians from “Point-U” fired at the Kramatorsk railway station, where hundreds of people trying to evacuate Donetsk region were. More than 60 people died from shelling, more than 100 were injured. This is the largest mass murder in Kramatorsk since World War II. Before that, Kramatorsk was the main evacuation hub for residents of Donetsk region.

In general, the Donetsk region is among the five regions most affected by the destruction of cultural and historical heritage.

Russian troops do not stop trying to surround the cities of Bakhmut and Liman.

Since the beginning of the war in Donbas in 2014, Bakhmut has been mostly in the rear and was not a place of active hostilities. Although he was under fire. Everything changed after the full-scale invasion. After the Russian troops managed to take Severodonetsk and Lysychansk at the beginning of summer, Bakhmut became the main direction of the Russian army’s offensive in attempts to advance on Sloviansk and Kramatorsk.

For more than half a year, the residents of Lyman lived in the dark, without water and heating, without the Internet, and with an unstable mobile connection. The Armed Forces liberated the city at the end of September. After the Russian occupation, not a single surviving high-rise building remained in the liberated city.

At the end of 2022, an expedition to Donetsk was held on the initiative of Mykhailo Sharkov together with Pixelated Realities. In Kramatorsk, the station building was photographed together with Ilya Andreev, a journalist of the Kramatorsk Post. The railway station of 1911 was photographed in Lyman and the cultural center in Bakhmut.