Ukrainians wave a national flag, above, as they pose in front of the residence of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych in the village of Mezhyhirya, near the capital Kiev on Saturday. Protesters took full control of the Yanukovych residence and opened the opulent property to the public and the media. Visitors walked the grounds, admired the oversized bathtub and even played a little golf. The expensive residence has often been a source of frustration to protesters who question its financing and found its construction inappropriate in the midst of an economic crisis.
Protesters Open President's Country House to the Public
<p>Opulence was on display as the public toured the president's country residence.</p>