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    • Peace sign made out snow
    • Protestors built a giant peace sign out of snow and tied a red ribbon around one of the fingers. Peace signs were an important symbol of the Orange Revolution.
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    • Pease sign made out of snow
    • A peace sign made out entirely of snow with an orange ribbon tied to the finger.
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    • Signs and banners in the tent city on Khreshchatyk
    • Posters and banners announcing support for Yushchenko from various cities across Ukraine are displayed along the barricades of the tent city on Khreshchatyk. One of the protesters, in a yellow jacket, yellow gloves, and a fur cap with ear flaps is...
    • Posters and banners read (from left to right): "Нова Одеса Так!" (New Odesa Yes!), "Нова Одеса за Ющенко" (Nova Odesa for Yushchenko), "Первомайщина за Ющенка!" (Pervomaisk region for Yushchenko), and "Первомайськ Миколаївська обл. Так! За Ющенка"...
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    • Protesters from Variazh on Maidan
    • A protester from Variazh, a former city in western Ukraine located close to the border with Poland, is standing behind the wooden barricade and holding up the sign "Variazh". He is looking at other protesters on his left side. One of the protesters...
    • The sign reads: "Варяж".
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    • Playing chess on snow
    • Two snow-covered men are playing chess in the middle of the night. One of them holds a pole with an orange flag, another protester wears a yellow neckerchief. There is a tent city behind them. The sign on the chest of the man on the right reads...
    • The sign reads: "Tak!"
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    • Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti filled with protestors even on a snow day
    • Protestors are standing around snowy Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti wearing warm winter gear and orange paraphernalia to show off their support for Viktor Yushchenko.
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    • Statue of Dmitrii Manuilʹskii
    • Statue of Dmitrii Manuilʹskii, a leader of communist party (Bolsheviks) of Ukraine, covered by snow holding an orange ribbon tied around his index finger.
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    • Snow Lady Liberty
    • Lady Liberty was constructed out of snow at tent city. She is wearing a skirt made up of the Ukrainian flag and an orange headband. Behind her, a tent and a group of protestors can be seen.
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    • Standing in the snow
    • Despite the snow, protestors are determined to stay at Maidan until they see a Yushchenko victory. One protestor tied an orange flag to their backpack to create a sort of cape, in order to represent their support for Yushchenko.
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    • Yanukovych and Yushchenko supporters mingling on Suvorov Street
    • A group of Yanukovych supporters are mingling with occasional Yushchenko supporters outside of the Pechersk District Administration at 15 Suvorov Street. Yanukovych supporters are waving blue and white Yanukovych flags. There is snow on the ground...
    • Yanukovych flags read: "За Януковича! Вибiр 2004".
    • Bujak's comment: Supporters of Yanukovych.


    • Tent city on Maidan
    • Yushchenko's supporters are standing near the tent city. They all wear an orange ribbons. Big crowd of people is seen in the background behind the car covered by the snow. There are several orange and yellow flags. The sign on the tent reads:...
    • The sign reads: "Медфак Так!"
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    • March of the Orange Revolutionaries
    • Protestors lined up on a snowy winter day and marched through the capital, holding up flags, posters, signs, and other paraphernalia. Despite the cold weather and the snow, thousands of people came out to support their country and participate in...
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    • Statue of Dmitrii Manuilʹskii
    • Statue of Dmitrii Manuilʹskii, a leader of communist party (Bolsheviks) of Ukraine, covered by snow holding an orange ribbon tied around his index finger.
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    • Marching towards freedom
    • Despite the snowy blizzard, protestors are marching towards the Independence Square. They are holding either Yushchenko flags or Ukrainian flags and have orange ribbons attached to their clothing.
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    • This parade was one of the first pictures I saw after arriving in Kiev. In the faces of these people marching through snow and icy air I witnessed determination, calm and strength ready to overcome any obstacle and barrier. I immediately felt the...


    • Protesters mingling outside the Central Terminal
    • Protesters are mingling outside of the Central Terminal of the Kyiv Passenger Railway Station. A stage has been erected near the Terminal entrance. Yushchenko supporters are wearing orange plastic ponchos, orange ribbons and headbands. One man is...
    • The blue and white Yanukovych banner reads: "За Януковича! Вибiр 2004" (For Yanukovych! The choice for 2004.) The orange Yushchenko flag reads: Вiрю Знаю Можемо. Так! (I believe, I know, we can. Yes!)
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    • Waving Flag
    • An orange flag waves over tent city on a cold, snowy day at Maidan. A man in the background is wearing a Yushchenko "TAK" poster as a cape. There is a snow covered, orange stuffed animal on top of one of the tents.
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    • Yanukovych supporters on Suvorov Street
    • A group of Yanukovych supporters are gathered on the sidewalk outside of of the Pechersk District Administration at 15 Suvorov Street. They are holding blue and Yanukovych flags. An SUV (a Nissan Patrol) with orange Yushchenko flags and orange...
    • Yanukovych supporters' flags read: "За Януковича! Вибiр 2004".
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    • Tent city in the Orange revolution
    • Tents installed by protesters from Ternopil', a city in western Ukraine. The sign reads: "Ternopil' supports "Tak!" Yushchenko".
    • Sign rads: "Тернопiль Так! Ющенко".
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    • Protesters on a street
    • Protesters wearing camouflage jackets and orange ribbons in support of Yushchenko's "Tak!" party.
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    • Protesters on Maidan at night
    • Protesters from Netishyn, a city in the west of Ukraine, are standing on Maidan in the middle of the nighttime. Several signs are tied to the iron fence. The sign on the left reads KHAES (the Khmelnytskyi Nuclear Power Plant located in Netishyn)....
    • The signs read: "Хаес", "Нетiшин", "Свобода Демократii".
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