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Ukrainians in war-torn Donetsk region find shelter in famous monastery

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Ukrainians in war-torn Donetsk region find shelter in famous monastery

Ukrainians in war-torn Donetsk region find shelter in famous monastery

Amidst the ruins of a previously peaceful and sleepy town in Ukraine, a famous monastery is one of the only building still standing.

It is now providing shelter for the people who decided to stay behind.


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