On our way to the Lavra complex, we came across this memorial & museum. In the 1930s, a man-made famine caused starvation to many Ukrainian families. The memorial is tall and beneath is the museum which shows photos & film of the Holodomor. The regime insisted the farmers gave practically all of their crops to the Soviet union, leaving families to starve. Outside the museum is a statue of a little girl holding 5 stalks of corn. So poignant.
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