Fleeing Death by Szymon Barylski

The refugee camp in Idomeni on the Greek-Macedonian border, to which thousands of immigrants, mainly Syrians, are coming. It is occupied by people from different social strata.
Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski

The refugee camp in Idomeni on the Greek-Macedonian border, to which thousands of immigrants, mainly Syrians, are coming. It is occupied by people from different social strata.

They are all found there fleeing the war, death and starvation. They continue their journey through Macedonia to the north and west of Europe. Not everyone manages to pass the verification of the documents, which leads to the separation of families. The refugees are living in difficult conditions and sleeping in overcrowded and soaked tents. They are frozen and have limited access to sanitation. The refugees are exhausted, tired and uncertain about their situation. [Official Website]

Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski
Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski

Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski
Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski

Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski
Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski

Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski
Fleeing Death / Szymon Barylski

Families with small babies, waiting for their turn.
Families with small babies, waiting for their turn.

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Refugees in the queue for checkpoint at the Greek- Macedonian border.
Refugees in the queue for checkpoint at the Greek- Macedonian border.

Frightened children are crushed in the queue.
Frightened children are crushed in the queue.

Volunteers visit Idomeni to entertain the children and help them forget about their situation, displaying cartoons.
Volunteers visit Idomeni to entertain the children and help them forget about their situation, displaying cartoons.

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At the temporary camp in Idomeni.
At the temporary camp in Idomeni.

Cold and tired, they sleep outside.
Cold and tired, they sleep outside.

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