German Metro: “Next Station: Ukraine”

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, November 15, 2022
German Metro: “Next Station: Ukraine”

In Berlin showed how Ukrainians were hiding from Russian bombings in the subway

The photo exhibition Next Station: Ukraine was opened in Germany. The authors of the project used photographs taken during the Russian raids. They depict women, children, men, and animals hiding from rockets in the subways of different Ukrainian cities. The organizers of the exhibition, the non-governmental journalist organization N-ost, which tells about the events of Eastern Europe, chose a symbolic place for photos — the metro in the German capital. N-ost said that this project will link the life of Berlin residents with the real life of Ukraine.

All photos are real. They were taken in February-April in Kyiv and Kharkiv. The authors of the shots were Ukrainian and international photographers Maksym Dondiuk, Pavlo Dorohyi, Serhii Korovainyi (Ukraine), Andrzej Novitskiy (Poland), and Emil Duke (Germany).

"In these pictures, the Berlins will see ordinary people who hide at the train stations and try to lead their daily lives there. These are families who live in cars, children and pets playing on platforms, elderly people who are constantly sitting under the ground because they are difficult to move, and musicians who organize a concert at the station," the organizers added.

We remind you that David Letterman interviewed Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the Kyiv metro. 

You will be interested