Graffiti with images of Putin began to appear as early as 2014, when Russia invaded the peninsula. The number of such "works of art" is growing. The social media users continue to actively share the pictures.
However, not everyone likes such images. Some have already managed to finish the Putin’s image with glasses, mustache and write a more appropriate text based on the unfolding situation on the peninsula, "Crimea is not ours, it's mine."
Earlier, the QHA published a collection of Kyiv murals.
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