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    • Orange Banner
    • A banner is being held up by two men. It reads: "Kivalov - Calculate"
    • Banner reads: Ківалов - Підрахуй
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    • Revolutionaries from Snitkiv
    • Men from a small town of Snitkiv in Western Ukraine are holding up a banner with their towns name written across it. Behind them are posters representing the Lviv Academy of Commerce. Also, the Independence monument and Hotel Ukraine can be seen in...
    • Banner reads: Снітків; Posters in the read: Львівська Комерційна Академія за Ющенка!
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    • Maidan Knight
    • A person dressed in a yellow knight costume stands on the Maidan square early in the morning. Some dedicated protestors are already up with coffee in their hands preparing for another long day at Maidan. A board in the background is plastered with...
    • Board reads: Это наша с тобой биография
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    • Protestors looking up
    • Maidan protestors are looking up at something in the sky. One is holding a big Yushchenko "TAK" flag.
    • Flag reads: Вірю Знаю Можемо TAK!
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    • Bus from Zbarazh
    • Protestors from Zbarazh, a city in Western Ukraine, arrived at Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti on a bus. They put up a poster saying "Zbarazh yes!" to show that Zbarazh supports Yushchenko.
    • Poster reads: Збараж так!
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    • Peace sign, a symbol of the revolution.
    • A man standing in front of the Lviv Academy of Commerce poster holds up a peace sign.
    • Poster reads: Львівська Комерційна Академія Так Ющенко!
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    • Two revolutionaries
    • Two protestors are standing on a Kiev street. One is wearing an orange poster which reads "the people will win" and is holding up a peace sign towards the camera.
    • Poster reads: Народ переможе
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    • Yanukovych Caricature
    • In front of a giant orange banner, a woman is talking on the phone and behind her a man is holding up a caricature of Viktor Yanukovych, Viktor Yushchenko's opponent in the election. The sash reads: Big, stupid thing...
    • Sash reads: Великий, тупий предмет...
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    • Enthusiastic revolutionaries
    • Three girls from a small town of "Shchurata" near L'vov are signing and waving flags while also representing their town by holding up a sign at Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti. All three of them are wearing lots of orange scarves and ribbons.
    • Sign reads:Львів Щурата
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    • Maidan behind the scenes
    • Two men are taking a smoke break on Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti. They are wearing layers upon layers of sweaters and jackets as well as hats and gloves to keep themselves warm while they are protesting out on the Independence square. The column to the...
    • Sign reads: Баришівка тут! Баришівка так! Ющенко: Янукович. 77,8:17,5 (на їхньому полі)
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    • Revolutionaries ready for a day of protesting
    • Yushchenko protestors are conversing amongst each other while getting ready for another day at Maidan. In the back, one of the protestors is holding a Yushchenko flag and another is holding up a sign with the area of where they are from written on...
    • Sign reads: Бучач: с. Озеряни
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    • Proud protestor
    • A Yushchenko protestor proudly holds up a Ukrainian flag with a sign attached to the pole that reads "Donetsk", the city where he is from.
    • Sign reads: Донецьк
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    • Sharing information
    • Two men sharing information in front of one of the set up makeshift chapels. Sign in the background reads: In support of national delegates of the Supreme Council of Ukraine A. L. Derkacha and IU. V. Lutsenka.
    • Sign reads: За підтримки народних депутатів Верховної Ради України А.Л. Деркача та Ю.В. Луценка.
    • Bujak's comment: Make shift chapels were set up.


    • Poster ridiculing Putin and Yanukovych
    • A girl is holding up a peace sign. Behind her are crowds of people who are wearing orange ribbons and a sign tied to a lamppost ridiculing the Russian President Vladimir Putin for his support of the presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych.
    • Sign reads: Путін Вован - праффесору пахан
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    • Young man holding up a flag
    • A young man is holding up a Yushchenko flag that also has a sign attached to it. The sign reads "Kharkov Yes!" implying that the city of Kharkov is rooting for the Yushchenko party.
    • Sign reads: Харьков ДА!
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    • Tent City in the Orange Revolution
    • Protesters from Zhytomyr region standing in front of a book store and a tent city holding up their signs in support of Yushchenko's party.
    • Sign reads: "Житомирська обл".
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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...


    • Small crowd of protestors
    • A small crowd is gathered in front of a building with columns, holding flags and signs. A man in the back is holding up a peace sign, an important symbol of the Orange Revolution.
    • Small white sign reads: Сарни; Larger white sign reads: Ты прости нас, Леопольд
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    • Evening Maidan crowds
    • During the evening thousands of people showed up at Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti to support their favorite presidential candidate. They wore warm clothing, incorporating Yushchenko paraphernalia into their outfit. Some wore Yushchenko flags as scarves,...
    • Sticker reads: Вірю. Знаю. Можемо. Ющенко-президент!
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    • Cheerful protestor
    • Standing in front of hotel, a young happy protestor is holding up an unseen flag and wearing an orange headband with a "PORA"sticker on top. "PORA" was a youth organization that was prominent during the Orange Revolution. Around his neck is a horn...
    • The headband reads: Молодежь ведет к победе.
    • The musical instrument of the revolution. Sound changes as you extend it. Terrible, disturbing noise.

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