A large swath of Makariv, a village 30 miles west of Kyiv, has sustained significant damage from apparent Russian airstrikes.
CNN geolocated and verified the authenticity of photos posted to social media on Saturday, which show major damage to apartment complexes, schools and a medical facility.
A stark image from Makariv shows a large hole in the northern wall of an apartment building. Many of the buildings in the photos have sustained damage on their northern facades, evidence that points to military strikes that hit them being Russian.
Several hundred feet east of that apartment building, a kindergarten also sustained significant damage.
Smoke can be observed still billowing up from the building, the roof has completely caved in and the windows have all been blown out.
The Russian Ministry of Defence has repeatedly claimed they are not targeting civilians.
At another apartment building just west of the school, another photo shows the roof and a number of upper floor residences destroyed.
Just south of the school, the Adonis-Makariv Medical and Diagnostic Center is seen on fire. The street in front of it is littered with debris and the windows have been blown out of the center.
A photo taken on the street in front of the center showed that the debris in front of it is all that remains of the north-facing front facade of the building.
Immediately west of the school and medical center, near the center of Makariv, a massive crater was observed in the road. The medical center can be seen in the background on fire. Next to that crater, another photo shows a residential building with a grocery store on the ground floor has been hit.
In the center of town, a cultural center that also houses government and police offices has been hit by a strike. A portion of the building was destroyed and a structure on the roof appeared to have been clipped by some sort of munition.
"Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes" was written on a large sign in the front of the building.
South of central Makariv, a preschool also sustained significant damage. The windows have been blown out and portions of the roof appear to be damaged.