Russians go to Mariupol, which they destroyed, to have their photos taken against the ruins
The Russian edition of The Village ran an article on young Russians photoshooting against the backdrop of bombed-out houses.
The social media outlet from which the photo was taken has already deleted it.
The publication writes:
Russian youth come to destroyed Mariupol on purpose to take what they think are beautiful photos.
The Mariupol city council dubbed this phenomenon "tourism on bones":
Mariupol, where the Russian army killed at least 20,000 people, is now promoted as an "aesthetic" place for photo shoots. Tourism on ruins and bones.