The children of MariupolStern 37/2022 Pages 80 & 81
The children of MariupolStern 37/2022 Pages 82 & 83
The children of MariupolStern 37/2022 Pages 84 & 85
Anastasya, a Ukrainian girl (6 years old). The day before her first day at school. The port of Mariupol can be seen in the background.
Mariupol, Ukraine. August 2022.
Wall marks of an explosion, Rubinova Street.
Mariupol, Ukraine. September 2022.
Vladislav Ryazantsev 12 at the destroyed railway station.
Mariupol, Ukraine. August 2022.
Destroyed building on Arkhip Kuindzhi Street.
Sophia, 7 years old, plays in the backyard in front of destroyed residential buildings on the Steelworkers Avenue.
Window mannequins littering the floor in a destroyed fashion gallery on Peace Avenue.
Pavel in front of the destroyed building in whose basement he still lives, five months after the end of fightings in Mariupol.Steelworkers Avenue 109. Mariupol, Ukraine. September 2022.
Crater caused by a shelling.
David and Anna playing in the backyard in front of destroyed apartment building on Steelworkers Avenue.
Bus stop on Steelworkers Avenue.
Destroyed building of the House of Culture and Youth on Peace Avenue.
The Ryazantsev family in front of their badly damaged house.
Ukrainian family Zaytsev / Tanich.
Interior view of the completely destroyed drama theatre, where several hundred civilian refugees perished.
Siblings Anna (l.), Yelena (m.) and Vladislav Ryazantsev (r.) in their bedroom with two broken windows.
Rear view of the completely destroyed main railway station.
First year pupil David Rieutov (7) is waiting to get for his first time to class.
Destroyed children bedroom on Italiyska Boulevard.
Nikita 13 (left) and Vladislav 12, skid in the central hall of the completely destroyed railway station.
Sophia. In the basement of this building she took refuge several weeks together with 150 other people.
Building of the Directorate of Railways.Mariupol, Ukraine. September 2022.
"Children, children!" Italiyska Boulevard.
A first year pupil waits to enter a class for the first time at school No 65.
View of the metallurgical complex "Azov Steel" from the bridge leading to it.
A child builds sandcastles on a beach. Mariupol harbour can be seen in the background.
Destroyed building on Peace Avenue.
Destroyed tram depot.
Nikita and Nikita in front of the Academic Drama Theatre where perished hundreds of civilians.
First year pupil before he goes into the classroom for the first time.
Destroyed building, Arkhip Kuindzhi Street 53.
Valeriy Ryazantsev 17, in his room.
"Children" . Entrance (courtyard side) of a building on Peace Avenue.
Pupil of the third year.
Behind a bust of the Ukrainian artist Vladislav Korolenko is a destroyed building.
Destroyed pole pointing to Golubenka Street.
Vladislav in front of the entrance to the bomb shelter where he took refuge several weeks, together with his brother, his sisters and 150 other people.
Building of the Directorate of Railways.
Entrance of an underwear shop that has served as a shelter for civilians. On the walls are the words "Children" "People live".
First year pupil David Rieutov (7) with his mother Nataliya Rieutova (41).
In the new, almost completed school, a bust of Lenin is waiting to be disposed of.
First year pupils. Call of the pupils.
Man asleep on a bench at the bus stop at Mariupol main railway station.
Vladislav Ryazantsev (12) in front of a crater created by a shelling, on the street where he lives.
Vladislav Ryazantsev 12, slightly injured (like his brother and sisters) but traumatised by the impact of two 152 mm shells 15 metres from the family home.
" Theme of the lesson ", " My story ". In a classroom. First day school No 65.
The Russian flag flying in a yard of destroyed buildings.
Éric Vazzoler (self-portrait), on Peace Avenue.