A Kyiv subway station photographed in 2021; since the start of the war many stations have served as shelters.
Photo by Sergey Kamshylin/Shutterstock
One traveler recalls her time visiting Lviv, which she referred to as the little Paris of Ukraine.
Photo by Boris Stroujko/Shutterstock
The bright green and gold St. Sophia Cathedral in Kyiv was a popular tourist destination prior to the war.
Photo by Sergiy Velychko/Shutterstock
Los Angeles–based writer Eric Newman snapped this photo of performers in traditional dress in Ukraine’s Dnieper Delta during a 2017 visit.
Photo by Eric Newman
La Capilla de la Familia Sagrada sits at the base of Black Mesa, a sacred mountain on the San Ildefonso Pueblo reservation. It is one of the most photographed buildings in New Mexico. The little adobe chapel, against the backdrop of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, is dramatic in every season of the year. It can be seen from the road between Espanola and Los Alamos, but cannot be visited without permission from the Pueblo.
Holy Family Chapel Contact
The chapel is on private land owned by the Vigil Family of Espanola. One must arrange with them for access not with San Ildefonso Pueblo. POC: Lucy Vigil/505.753.3068