War in Ukraine. The horrors of war by Mykolaiv Oblast


Mykolaiv

13 October 2022
Rescuers work at the site of an apartment building damaged by a Russian military strike in Mykolaiv
Rescuers work at the site of a residential building heavily damaged during a Russian military attack in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, October 13, 2022.
— Photo by Press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine / Handout via Reuters


Mykolaiv

30 September 2022
Fire burns following a shelling in a location given as Mykolaiv Region
Fire burns following a shelling in a location given as Mykolaiv Region, Ukraine in a handout picture released September 30, 2022.
— Photo by State Emergency Service of Ukraine / Handout via Reuters


Mykolaiv

11 September 2022
Men watch the scene and smoke at a residential building destroyed by a strike in Mykolaiv
Men watch the scene and smoke at a residential building destroyed by a strike in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, September 11, 2022.
— Photo by Umit Bektas / Reuters


Ochakiv

5 September 2022
At the Olvio Nuvo vineyard in Mykolayiv region workers must dodge the cluster munitions that are strewn throughout the fields while picking grapes

The ukrainian winery Olvio Nuvo in the middle of a war zone. At the Olvio Nuvo vineyard in Ukraine's embattled Mykolayiv region, workers must dodge the cluster munitions that are strewn throughout the fields while picking grapes.

In 2013, former weightlifter Pavlo Magalias established the Olvio Nuvo vineyard on the slopes of the Southern Buh River in Ukraine. The vineyard owes its name to the ancient Greek city of Olbia, founded in the seventh century, whose ruins are just a few hundred meters away. Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine on February 24, this out-of-the-way, wind-swept spot has lost its usual tranquility.

— Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP


Mykolaiv

4 September 2022
Svitlana Dmtrieva inspects her office and her department destroyed by a military strike in Mykolaiv
Svitlana Dmtrieva, MD and Head of Pediatric Department of a primary care center and family clinic, inspects her office and her department destroyed by a military strike in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, September 4, 2022.
— Photo by Umit Bektas / Reuters


Mykolaiv

29 August 2022
Oleksandr Shulga looks at his destroyed house following a missile strike in Mykolaiv
Oleksandr Shulga looks at his destroyed house following a missile strike in Mykolaiv, southern Ukraine, on August 29, 2022.
— Photo by Dimitar Dilkoff /AFP / Getty Images


Mykolaiv

23 August 2022
Remains of a missile at a garden of the Zoo in Mykolaiv
Remains of a missile, one of the eight that hit the 121-year old Mykolaiv Zoo during the last six months, at a garden of the zoo in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, August 23, 2022.
— Photo by Umit Bektas / Reuters


Mykolaiv

22 August 2022
After continuous shelling that damaged infrastructure, residents of the town of Mykolayiv fill plastic bottles and jerrycans with fresh drinking water as others wait in line
After continuous shelling that damaged infrastructure, residents of the town of Mykolayiv fill plastic bottles and jerrycans with fresh drinking water as others wait in line on August 22.
— Photo by Evgeniy Maloletka / AP Photo


Voznesensk

20 August 2022
A residential building damaged by a Russian missile strike in Voznesensk
A residential building damaged by a Russian missile strike in Voznesensk, Mykolaiv Region, Ukraine, August 20, 2022.
— Photo by State Emergency Service of Ukraine / Reuters


Mykolaiv

18 August 2022
A Ukrainian serviceman stands in front of the destroyed headquarters of the Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration building in Mykolaiv
A Ukrainian serviceman stands in front of the destroyed headquarters of the Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration building in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, Aug. 18, 2022.
— Photo by Evgeniy Maloletka / AP Photo