Day of Knowledge in Luhansk Region today… the first lesson of Ukraine and Peace will not be yet


Source: Serhii Haidai


6-year-old Oleksii Makarov runs past the building where his class was and plays in the yard of school #23 in Kramatorsk, which was destroyed after the Russian attack.

81-year-old librarian Raisa Krupchenko stacks books among the debris in the library of school No. 23 in Kramatorsk, which was destroyed after the Russian attack.

Pupils sit in a classroom destroyed by an explosion to receive textbooks before the start of the school year at Lyceum in Mykhailo-Kotsiubyne, bombed by Russian troops on March 4.


14-year-old Sofia sits at her desk amid shards of broken glass and debris at School No. 21 in Chernihiv, which was shelled by Russian troops on March 3.

Young people play football on the field near the destroyed school No. 23 in Kramatorsk after the Russian attack.

Children play near their school #21 in Chernihiv, which was shelled by Russian troops on March 3.


Remains of school No. 15 in Kramatorsk, destroyed as a result of Russian shelling.

Schoolgirl Karina Muzyka walks through the rubble of Chernihiv School No. 21, which was shelled by Russian troops on March 3.

A picture near the entrance to the destroyed school in Kostiantynivka amid the rubble after the Russian attacks.

Source: Hromadske


These photos show school number 15 in the city of Kostiantynivka, Donetsk region. And these boys are students of this school. Yaroslav – 9th grade, Nikita – 7th grade, and Kyrylo – a school graduate who is currently studying at a technical school. School number 15 in the city of Kostiantynivka is one of thousands and thousands of such schools that were destroyed in my country by the Russian army.



Source: The Liberovs Konstiantyn and Vlada


Sofia Zhyr, sits at her desk in the remains of her classroom in the Chernihiv School #21, which was bombed by Russian forces on the 3rd of March, in Chernihiv, Ukraine. Sofia Klyshnia, 12, stands in the rubble of her former classroom, in the same position where her desk sat before the Mykhailo-Kotsiubyne’s lyceum was bombed by Russian forces on the 4th of March, in Chernihiv, Ukraine. Anna Skiban, 12, stands in the rubble of her former classroom, in the same position where her desk sat before the Mykhailo-Kotsiubyne’s lyceum was bombed by Russian forces on the 4th of March, in Chernihiv, Ukraine. Anastasia Avramenko, 13, stands in the rubble of her former classroom, in the same position where her desk sat before the Chernihiv School #21 was bombed on the 3rd of March, in Chernihiv, Ukraine. Khrystyna sits at her desk in the remains of her classroom in the Chernihiv School #21, which was bombed by Russian forces on the 3rd of March, in Chernihiv, Ukraine. Ivan Hubenko, 11, stands in the remains of his classroom in the Chernihiv School #21, which was bombed by Russian forces on the 3rd of March, in Chernihiv, Ukraine.


Source: Emilio Morenatti