While history has been redrawing Ukraine for several years, everything changes at the end of February 2022 with the invasion of the country by the Russian armed forces. The echoes of periods of significant historical and political change were already resonating globally: the events of Maidan in 2014, the loss of Crimea to Russia and the war in the Donbass. Putin's desire to make Ukraine disappear as an independent state is coming to light. As a tourist guide, The Little Traveller has explored the contrasting regions of Ukraine, from its mountains to its vast plains, from its quiet sea to its bewitching cities... The Little Traveller wishes to express its support to this people made of two strong identities, with their own language and mentality: the agricultural and Europe-oriented Western Ukraine and the Russian-speaking and industrial Eastern Ukraine. We hope to be able to return soon to Kiev, whose center, full of monasteries and sacred places, expresses all the fervor of its citizens, from the enigmatic district of Podil to the wooded streets of Khreshchaty. In the west, the "Mitteleuropa" streets of Lviv honor the Polish and Austro-Hungarian influences of the Ukraine, not to mention the ancient cities like Chernivtsi that the Carpathians watch over in the distance... Cosmopolitan Odessa dominates the south of the country, with its beaches on the Black Sea, while towards the east the Dnieper lands run. As its anthem sings, "Ukraine is not yet dead".