AuthorKristian, Natasha

A charming Ukrainian village, once known as a getaway from the nearby capital of Kyiv, was left in complete ruins after the Russian invasion of the region in March. Ninety percent of buildings in the village of Moschun were destroyed, including its church and cemetery. Clothes, boots, and hollowed-out tanks were left scattered throughout the village. Land mines had also been placed in a nearby forest. When I visited earlier this year, I was told the mines may take up to seven years to safely remove.

It's been more than five months since Russian troops withdrew from Moschun. With much of Ukraine's national...

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