Candles, coal and wooden stoves: one restaurant in Kyiv's city center is doing all it can to keep welcoming its customers during the frequent blackouts affecting the Ukrainian capital.
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"The restaurant is located in a building dating back to the 19th century," says restaurant manager Anna Boruk: "at that time, there was no electricity or heating in the building, so now it's like we've gone back in time."
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