On a strip of grass in front of the smashed, charred remains of the Jubilee department store there is a pink pushchair lying on its side, smeared with blood.
It belonged to a little girl called Liza.
The four-year-old was one of three young children killed on Thursday when Russian missiles hit the centre of Vinnytsia.
Her mother, Iryna Dmytriyeva, was seriously injured in the attack.
Twenty-three people are known to have lost their lives and another eight are still missing. Dozens more are in hospital.
Shortly before the missiles struck, Iryna had posted a video online. It was a beautiful sunny day and little Liza was smiling, pushing her pink chair in front of her, as they chatted about heading to see her speech therapist.
“Liza was very cheerful, she loved coming to us. She was a very kind child. For her mother, she was the whole meaning of her life. She loved her madly. I can’t even imagine what a tragedy it is for the family,” Valeriia Korol told the BBC
She runs the LogoClub centre for special needs where Liza had attended a session that morning, as she did most days.