Ukraine's locals have been given a glimpse of the lavish life of ousted president Viktor Yanukovych, when they toured his estate and possessions.
Ukraine has issued an arrest warrant for the country's former president Viktor Yanukovych.
He fled the country on Sunday, leaving behind a seemingly endless array of extravagant possessions, which everyday citizens are now getting a chance to see.
They walked in their thousands because the roads were jammed to the most fantastical show a fled ruler can put on.
They knew they were poor and he was rich, but not like this, not quite so insultingly extravagant.
We meet Yulia, whose anonymous plea to the world on the internet went viral.
Only now she feels safe to say her name.
I am a Ukrainian, I am 24 years old and my name is Yulia Marushevkaya.
It's a kind of madness and the question people are asking themselves here, is what for?
These crowds can roam these vast grounds for hours a '50s Bentley, Soviet armoured limo, whatever this is, and an American army jeep.
In the end, he fled, of course - in the presidential helicopter and not in this - a massive riverboat for partying.
Outside, the fascination at the life he led and they could only look in on while their country stagnated.
Inside, gifts from guests.
When in the months ahead when Ukraine comes to terms with a troubled economy and asks, "Where did all the money go?
" Here is part of the answer - the president's own vodka.
Did you even know Versace made plates?
Even the presidential waste gets gilt.
We later got inside his house.
A bizarre, enormous empty mansion, with this girl's bedroom a rare sign of life being lived here.
Otherwise, it was gaudy, but vacant.
Everything laid on, even a tunnel linking the houses across miles and miles.
The luxury literally never seemed to end.
In his bedroom, one bell for sex, one for alcohol.
It was presumably a joke but how he lived, to the people whose money this was, isn't.