Kremlin churches, left to right: Annunciation Cathedral, Cathedral of the Assumption, Archangel Michael Cathedral and the Ivan the Great Bell Tower. The tower in the foreground is called the Secret Tower because of the secret tunnels dug beneath it during its construction in 1485.
The memorial at Babi Yar to the 33,771 Jews murdered by the Nazis over a period of 24 to 36 hours. Residents of the area later said they heard gunfire for hours. The number killed in that short period was found in Nazi records.
In Ukraine as well as much of Europe, when leaving a town there is a diagonal line drawn through its name. In this display, the line not only indicates leaving a town, but that the town no longer exists because it was evacuated after the disaster and the people never were allowed to return.