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Interactive Map of #Euromaidan Protests in Support Ukraine's EU Integration

Interactive protest map on November 23, 2013. Screenshot by Tetyana Bohdanova.

Interactive protest map on November 23, 2013. Screenshot by Tetyana Bohdanova.

A Lviv-based Facebook user, Bogdan Tsap, has set up an interactive map of pro-EU Association Agreement protests in Ukraine. On his Facebook wall, Bogdan described [uk] his creation:

Створив інтерактивну карту #Євромайдан з усіма містами які брали участь. Будь ласка поширте та давайте знати що упустив

[I] set up an interactive #Євромайдан map with all cities that participated. Please share and let me know what I have missed.

At the time of writing this post the map has grown substantially, with users adding protest sites across Ukraine, in the EU and the US.

As Global Voices reported, the protests dubbed “Euromaidan” [#євромайдан] erupted on November 21, 2013, after the Ukrainian government announced it was suspending the preparations for signing a EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, a historic deal that would secure the post-Soviet country's European integration.

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