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Ternopil 2006 in Orange

Ternopil 2006 in Orange

In 2006 a friend and I travelled around Ukraine for a month. We started and ended our trip in Szernye, a village close to the Hungarian border where I lived for a year 2000/2001. In 2005 I had participated in a DAAD summer school in Lviv, together with a few people...

A Visit to Crimea in 2006

A Visit to Crimea in 2006

In 2006 a friend and I travelled around Ukraine for a month. We started and ended our trip in Szernye, a village close to the Hungarian border where I lived for a year 2000/2001. In 2005 I had participated in a DAAD summer school in Lviv, together with a few people...

A walk through Kyiv in 2006

A walk through Kyiv in 2006

In 2006 a friend and I travelled around Ukraine for a month. We started and ended our trip in Szernye, a village close to the Hungarian border where I lived for a year 2000/2001. In 2005 I had participated in a DAAD summer school in Lviv, together with a few people...

Getting to know Lviv 2005

Getting to know Lviv 2005

In 2006 a friend and I travelled around Ukraine for a month. We started and ended our trip in Szernye, a village close to the Hungarian border where I lived for a year 2000/2001. In 2005 I had participated in a DAAD summer school in Lviv, together with a few people...

Orange Revolution // Lviv 2005

Orange Revolution // Lviv 2005

In 2006 a friend and I travelled around Ukraine for a month. We started and ended our trip in Szernye, a village close to the Hungarian border where I lived for a year 2000/2001. In 2005 I had participated in a DAAD summer school in Lviv, together with a few people...

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