At least three schools in Ukraine's second-largest city, Kharkiv, were hit by Russian military strikes on Tuesday, according to videos and photos posted to social media.
CNN has geolocated, and confirmed the authenticity of the videos and photos.
One of the schools is in the northern neighborhood of Saltivka; the other two just over a kilometer (about 0.6 miles) apart in the industrial district in the southeast of the city.
Classes have been suspended since the Russian invasion began. It's unclear at this time whether there were any injuries or casualties as a result of the strikes.
Cathedral and shops hit: Other videos and photos show damage to a cathedral and a row of shops in the city.
A number of framed art and other objects inside Kharkiv's Assumption Cathedral were broken by blasts from a strike on the nearby City Council building, photos show. The floor is covered with broken glass from the windows.
In Saltivka, video obtained by a local news outlet shows a row of shops in front of an apartment building destroyed by military strikes. A nearby building is also seen on fire.
In recent days, a number of apartment complexes, government buildings and residential areas have been damaged during the attacks.