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10 Portraits Of Ukrainian Women And Children Who Escaped To Poland Due To The War, As Captured By This Photographer

Published 1 year ago

Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has forced many people to leave their country and take refuge in neighboring areas. By now, around 2 million Ukrainian people have fled to Poland to seek refuge.

Recently, a Polish photographer named Aleksander Majdański posted some portraits of women and children on Bored Panda. According to Majdański, these people are living as refugees in Poland, and their fathers, sons, husbands, or brothers are fighting in the ongoing war. Scroll below to see some of the most heart-touching photographs captured by the photographer.

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#1 Natasza, Age 36, Shlapan

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#2 Tetiana, Age 35, Alisa, Age 7, Lutsk

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#3 Svetlana, Age 36, Shlapan

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#4 Lena, Age 25, Farunku

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#5 Julia, Age 27, Tarnopol

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#6 Svitlana, Age 26, Kyiv

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#7 Lida, Age 16, Maria, Age 26, Ivanofrankovsk

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#8 Jarina, Age 3, Ivanofrankovsk

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#9 Yana, Age 14, Katerina, Age 36, Lviv

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#10 Vira, Age 26, Wiktoria, Age 6, Weronika, Age 6, Lviv

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Saumya Ratan

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Aleksander Majdański, photography, polish photographer, portraits of women and children, refugees, Russo-Ukrainian war, ukraine, Ukrainian refugees, Ukrainian refugees in Poland, war
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