The statue of the Soviet state founder, Vladimir Lenin, was knocked down by a crowd in protest against the recent alleged decision by the government to cooperate with Moscow. The symbolic act was only part of the greater protests that are currently in full force as people refuse to live in a corrupt country under Yanukovich’s rule.
20 year old Alina Kovaleskaya is from Odessa and is the newest girl to gain a following for her choice to look like a real-life doll.
He previously participated in Ukraine’s Got Talent and tried here to prove to sceptic people it wasn’t fake.
This happened in Kiev, Ukraine.
7 gangsters from a gang which operated all over Ukraine were apprehended by Special Forces.
After the heavy snowfall that hit Kiev, Ukraine, lately, going on the balcony (7th floor here) is no longer a casual activity…
On Friday 22 March, the level of snowfall in Ukraine was recorded as the highest in over a century during a month that should traditionally mark the start of spring! In one night alone, 50 cm (20 inches) of snow fell in Kiev, compared to the usual monthly rate of 47 cm (18 inches). In some places the snow depth was as much as a meter. People took to the streets to photograph the strange occurrence.
The strange and creepy-looking fashion trend of real-life anime models is spreading rapidly across the planet and has reached Eastern Europe. Meet Anastasiya Shpagina, a Ukrainian girl who’s interviewed by local newspapers and appears in various TV shows thanks to her controversial looks.
As you remember ReD Foxes Dance Team from Ukraine was banned from a championship last year. This year the squad is back to reach the hearts of their spectators. Let’s take a look at these hotties.
These girls are from ReD Foxes Dance Team, Ukraine. They were supposed to perform during FIBA World basketball championship 2010 where Muslim countries also participate, but were banned, because audience thinks Ukrainian babes dress up way too provocative.
It’s hard to believe that abandoned airfields exist, especially with many old airplanes, helicopters and trucks left unguardedly. But everything is possible in Ukraine. All these pictures were taken by ordinary travelers who stopped in the middle of the field on their way to the Crimea and took a free tour around this airfield. No military. No guards. Completely abandoned.
Journalist David Gillanders and broadcaster Rasmus Paulsen visited Ukraine in February-March of 2010 to make a photo reportage on Ukrainian children living on the streets. They spent 2 weeks in Odessa in the circle of a small group of abandoned children.