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About Us

On 24 February 2022, Ukraine was invaded by Russia. Massive missile attacks hit cities and small towns across the country. More than 7 million people fled Ukraine, mainly women and children. During the first months of the war, almost 177,000 Ukrainians found refuge in Kraków and at least 50,000 stayed here thanks to the help of volunteers and ordinary residents. The humanitarian catastrophe caused by the war was a great tragedy, but also a possibility to see the best human qualities and boundless love amidst chaos and horror.
Featuring 10 photographs and conversations, On Our Way Home tells about the difficult path that Ukrainians have had to walk.

An exhibition by the Galicia Jewish Museum, Krakow, Poland



1o families, 10 photo stories about Ukrainians whose lives were forever changed by the war. Stories about the journey in search of home. A path often filled with pain and despair; always - with courage and true heroism; and certainly - with hope!
The photo exhibition opens on June 29 at 6:00 p.m. at Fendler Gallery, ul.Józefa 12, Krakow and will be open for several weeks.

Exhibition curators: Vira Baldyniuk, Viktoriia Mudrytska
Cooperation: Tomasz Strug, Kinga Banasik

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