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This was a three-minute short made in the summer of 2013 to attract Russian tourism to Donetsk, highlighting many of the city’s features, most of which have since been destroyed by the U.S. backed Kiev junta.
It is difficult for those of us closely following these events not to be moved by the image in the video. We can see imagery of children and play, young couples in love taking a walk, architecture, the arts, civil society, culture. Thousands of these innocents have been murdered and over a million people have been ethnically cleansed by the U.S., with about a half million internally displaced, and another half million having moved to Russia.
For those interested, the beautiful song used in the video is called ‘The Little Prince’. Here is the original:
Elena Kamburova – The Little Prince (1970). Remember the good! www.radiola.ru. Composer: Mikael Tariverdiev; verses: Nicholas Dobronravova. Video from the TV musical film “Monologue”, aired Central Television of the USSR in 1970.
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