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The lost beauty of Mariupol

Mariupol’s residents were in high spirits, commemorating the arrival of the Russians. It was September 2017 and children wearing 1940s fancy dress gathered by classic cars to mark the 74th anniversary of the Red Army’s liberation of the city from the Nazis in 1943. Around them, plumes of water shot from a fountain as proud parents took photos and elderly couples strolled through the central, tree-lined plaza in the sun.
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