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    • Kiev City Council
    • Protesters standing in front of the Kiev City Council, the highest representative body of the city community. The sign reads: "Ukraine the Kiev City Council".
    • Sign reads: "Україна Київська міська рада".
    • Bujak’s comment: "Kiev City Hall was open for protesters, they were offered tea and sandwiches, could also warm up and sleep in the building. Excellent decision by the boss. This way Kiev truly became their capital for the people who came from the...


    • Signs supporting Kiev
    • Protestors from different parts of the country created posters and planted them in the middle of Maidan demonstrating their support for Kiev and the Orange Revolution. An orange balloon in the shape of a bunny is seen attached to one of the signs...
    • Pink sign reads: Бандерштаб за Київ
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    • University of Kiev on Theater and TV supports Yushchenko
    • Revolutionaries are standing in front of tent city. One man is wearing a bright orange vest and an orange headband. He also has a revolutionary horn around his neck. Right next to him hangs a sign from the University of Kiev on Theater and TV...
    • Sign reads:Ректор Безгін бреше: Київський Університет Кіно і ТV - за Ющенка!!!
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    • Generosity of Kiev citizens
    • The citizens of Kiev brought out homemade tea, coffee, and other commodities to distribute to the protestors who have been out on Maidan all night long.
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    • Protesters walking near the tent city in front of subway station
    • Protesters are walking around the tent city in front of a subway station on Khreschatyk street. Some of the protesters wear orange ribbons on their arms and necks. Others wear an orange rain coat in support of Yushchenko's party. The signs on the...
    • The signs read: "Львiв Tопольна Сихiв", "Львiв дякуе Киянам", "Ющенко - за народ! Народ - за Ющенка!"
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    • Statue of the Brothers and Sister Who Founded Kiev
    • Statue of the Brothers and Sister Who Founded Kiev with three attached signs made by Yushennko supporters. The sign in front reads: "Roman Siradchuk supports Yushennko". Another sign made by supporters from Kam'ianitsa, a Ukrainian city, reads:...
    • Signs read: "Роман Сидарчук за Ющенко", "Так! Кам'яниця Ющенко!"
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    • News correspondents at Maidan
    • Some local, as well, as national news stations came out to interview protestors and provide the nation with the latest news of the Orange Revolution and what exactly was happening at Maidan for those who were not able to be there. The banner of...
    • Banner reads: Скажи так, щоб тебе почув Київ!
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    • Marching through Kiev
    • Protestors are marching through the Kiev streets. Many of them are wearing orange ribbons attached to their clothes. Some are holding up flags and posters. A man in the front of the crowd has the word "yes" taped to his jacket and pants.
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    • Shevchenko and the Orange Revolution
    • Protestors march through Kiev, most likely towards the Supreme Council. A couple in the front is holding up a sign with a quote from the most beloved Ukrainian author Taras Shevchenko.
    • Yellow sign reads: Борітеся - поборете, вам Бог помагає! Національний музей Тараса Шевченка
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    • Peaceful Revolution
    • A family supporting Yushchenko brought their daughter to Maidan. Standing in a sea of protestors the father is holding up his daughter and a flag with one hand while making a peace sign with another. A Jumbotron is blurred but can be seen in the...
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    • The appearance of children at the Liberty Square in Kiev meant happy ending and peaceful victory of the Orange Revolution. It is the presence of the children in the public space that shows us how important the methods of our fight are.


    • Soup kitchen on Khreshchatyk
    • Protesters standing near the soup kitchen located in the middle of Khreshchatyk street, the main street in Kiev.
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    • Bujak’s comment: "Soup kitchen on Khreshchatik."


    • Support from other Ukrainian cities
    • Protestors are standing in front of a big orange flag with writing all over it. The writing consists of protestors from other Ukrainian cities who came out to support Yushchenko at Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti writing to inform Kiev that their city or...
    • Some writing on the flag reads:Тернопіль ТАК! Одеса ТАК! Броди ТАК! Кадубівці ТАК!
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    • Patriarch Filaret on Maidan jumbotron
    • Patriarch Filaret appears on nighttime Maidan stage alongside other members of the clergy. Their appearance is projected via jumbotron. Orange flags in support of Yushchenko wave in the air above the crowd.
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    • Leaving a mark
    • Protestors are leaving their marks on the streets of Kiev.
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    • Local radio tents at Maidan
    • Some local, as well, as national news and radio stations came out to interview protestors and provide the nation with the latest news of the Orange Revolution and what exactly was happening at Maidan for those who were not able to be there. The...
    • Sign reads: Акція "Живий Майдан" Скажи так щоб тебе почув Київ
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    • Containing the crowds
    • Barricades were formed to contain the crowds within the limits of Maidan and not let them interfere with Kiev traffic.
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    • Tent city on Maidan at night
    • Several young protesters, students from Kiev National Economic University, are hanging out near their tent at night. Several signs and Ukrainian flags are behind the tent. The big orange sign attached to the tree reads: "Tak! Yushchenko". Another...
    • The signs reads: "Так! Ющенко", "КНЕУ", "Рівне Кузнецовськ".
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    • Young protesters from Lviv on Maidan
    • Several young protesters are standing behind the concrete wall. They all wear an orange ribbon tied around their arm or scarf. One of them wears an Ukrainian flag as a scarf. The orange handwritten sign on the wall reads: "Lviv thanks Kiev...
    • The sign reads: "Львiв дякуе Киянам!"
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    • Protestors on top of a statue
    • This group of enthusiastic protestors are demonstrating their support from the top of the Statue of The Brothers and Sister Who Founded Kiev.
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    • Action "Live Maidan"
    • Several men are standing next to the blue bus with four big amplifiers. Two signs are attached to the bus. The white horse is painted on the sign on the left. The sign on the right reads: "Action 'Live Maidan' Radio 98 FM Kiev www.radio.kyiv.fm"....
    • The sign reads: "Акція живий Майдан Радіо 98 FМ Kиiв www.radio.kyiv.fm"
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