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The group of activists, calling themselves On Vacation, were offering visitors of the pavilion to take a selfie in the offered military uniform and post it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with hashtag #onvacation. On May 9 the activists intend to choose a winning photo and give its author a four-day stay in Balaklava, seaside city in Crimea.

According to its press release, On Vacation is an anonymous action targeting occupation and military aggression.

Mykhailo Glubokiy, manager of Donetsk art project Izolyatsia, captured the action on video.

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