Ukrainians created 3D tours of the destroyed Bucha, Borodianka, Irpin and other cities of the Kyiv region
The Ukrainian project 360war.in.ua created 360 ° panoramic photos from liberated cities of Kyiv region - Bucha, Irpin, Hostomel, Borodianka, Makariv and Horenka. From the first days of the war, these cities of the Kyiv agglomeration were subjected to massive air strikes and atrocities of occupation. Footage of the executed in Bucha, civilians shot in evacuation vehicles from Irpin, the most destroyed city of Kyiv region Borodianka flew around the world. The project allows everyone to see in 3D the appearance of deoccupied cities that bravely defended Kyiv at the cost of destroyed homes and lost lives.
Recently, footage of the ruins of the Mriya aircraft, the largest and most powerful cargo ship destroyed as a result of a Russian airstrike on Hostomel, appeared on the site. You can also see the hangar and the surrounding airfield, where attempts were made to land Russian troops in the early days of the war. Photos from Chernihiv, the northern cultural capital of Ukraine, are also under development. The city was subjected to daily artillery fire in residential areas, its destruction is often equated to Mariupol.
In addition to high-quality panoramic shots by photographer Dmytro Malyshev, a brief description of each city's tragic events since the start of the war is also provided.
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