Ukraine’s second city, once capital of Soviet Ukraine and a centre of socialist experiment in the 1920s, has been shelled for months. How will it survive the scale of destruction?

Kharkiv Regional State Administration Building after a missile attack on
1 March, 2022. Architects Vladimir Orehov and Veniamin Kostenko, 1954.
(Pavel Dorogoy)

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