by Modest and Furious


European cities bear Ukraine city names as encoded by QR codes.

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Mariupol in southeast Ukraine saw some of the heaviest fighting of the war. Shelling and bombing have destroyed 90% of the residential buildings; tens of thousands of civilians have been killed.
Groups like Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have found significant evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine, while Ukrainian officials claim they have documented more than 30,000 cases of atrocities. Mass graves were discovered in a forest near Izyum, a key city in the Kharkiv region, containing hundreds of bodies, including dozens that showed signs of torture.
As a result of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, several significant Jewish structures have been damaged and destroyed. In Hlukhiv Russian bombs shelled a Jewish cemetery where many of those buried were victims of a 1918 pogrom.

Depending on your mobile phone you may need a dedicated app in order to successfully scan these QRs: Scandit, QR Code, QRbot, QR Reader are just some examples.