It was a short trip of only five days in April when my friends Marla, Jay, Vasyl, Alex and I traveled in Lviv and Ternopil region in Galicia, Ukraine. An intense trip to explore what is left of the Jewish heritage. As always I had two cameras with me – a digital one for colour photographs and an analogue one for black and white. Analogue photography is a slow business, but finally here is now a selection of what I got: synagogues and Jewish cemeteries in the towns of Berezhany, Budaniv, Drohobych, Husiatyn, Korolivka, Monastyryska, Pidhaitsi and Sataniv.
If you like to retrace the blog posts of the trip, please have a look here:
April 17: Drohobych
April 15: Buchach, Monastyryska, Pidhaitsi and Peremyshliany
April 14: Chortkiv, Kopychyntsi, Budaniv, Korolivka and Tovste
April 13: Hrymailiv, Sataniv, Husiatyn, Chabarivka and Probizhna
April 12: Bibrka, Rohatyn, Berezhany and Kosova
In a week I will be in Ukraine again and hope to report Galicia and Bukovina. See you there or at the Vanished World Blog!
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