On the Day of Remembrance of Heavenly Hundred Heroes in Dnipro held a patriotic flash mob "Heroes do not die"
On February 20, on the Day of Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred, in the center of the Dnieper in memory of the fallen for Ukraine during the Revolution of Dignity, they held a patriotic flash mob "Heroes do not die". On the Square of Heroes of the Maidan the name of the action was laid out of 189 portraits of the fallen Heroes and the pictures of the Kiev Maidan of those times, illuminated by lamps. Everyone present in silence honored the memory of the fallen participants of the Revolution of Dignity.
Representatives of the Dnieper Diocese of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, led by the Secretary of the Diocese, Archpriest Vitaliy Lopushansky officiated and also honored our heroes.
Generally, on this evening, a joint prayer was made by representatives of various religious communities in the city.
The stories of the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred were mentioned, including the first victim of the events on the Maidan - Sergey Nigoyan from Dnipropetrovsk. Representatives of the creative intelligentsia, participants of the Euromaidan, veterans of the ATO / OOS (Joint Forces Operations) also spoke.
In addition, patriotic poems were heard, as well as songs born in the ATO, performed by Alexander Kletz. After the event, all present sang the National Anthem of Ukraine.