Larisa, whose father once fought in World War II. Larisa, in her 80s, chooses one of the books displayed in the station.I can´t live without books "she says. She would never have thought that the Russians would start bombing her city. And she will never forgive them.


The second largest city in Ukraine is shelled daily by Russian rockets, which devastated a huge number of civilian buildings. Despite this, Kharkiv is trying to live at least a somewhat normal life.

Tomáš Benedikovič

professional photographer, Denník N
He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica. Since 2005 he has been involved in journalistic photography. First in SITA agency, then in the daily SME and now in the Denník N.